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We investigated the role of zoledronic acid on the regenerate and native bone after consolidation and removal of the external fixator in a rabbit model of distraction osteogenesis using 28 New Zealand white rabbits. The rabbits were randomly distributed into two groups. The first group received...
Relaxin is a pleiotropic hormone with actions in reproductive and non-reproductive tissues, and has a role in tumor biology. It can promote growth, differentiation and invasiveness of different tumors, especially those that give bone metastases, and relaxin serum concentrations are increased in...
For understanding the fracture risk of vertebral bodies the macroscopic mechanical properties of the cancellous core are of major interest. Due to the hierarchical nature of bone, these depend in turn on the micromechanical properties of bone extracellular matrix which is at least linear elastic...
Notch signaling is an important mechanism involved in early development which helps to determine the differentiation and fate of cells destined to form different tissues in the body. Its role in the differentiation of adult stem cells, such as those found in bone marrow is much less clear. As...
It has been suggested that age-related deterioration in trabecular microarchitecture and changes in collagen cross-link concentrations may contribute to skeletal fragility. To further explore this hypothesis, we determined the relationships among trabecular bone volume fraction (BV/TV),...
Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) have been proved effective in the prevention of osteoporosis both experimentally and clinically. Chronotherapy studies have shown that circadian rhythm (CR) played an important role in the occurrence, development and treatment of several diseases. CR has also...
Injuries to the marrow cavity result in rapid endosteal bone formation followed by remodeling and regeneration of the marrow. It is not known whether this process is affected by age, although marrow quality is markedly different in young and old animals. To test if marrow regeneration differs...
Osteopenia is a complication of anorexia nervosa (AN) associated with a two- to three-fold increase in fractures. Nutritional deficits and hormonal abnormalities are thought to mediate AN-induced bone loss. Alterations in bone microarchitecture may explain fracture risk independent of bone...
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