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bone remodelling


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bone remodelling

Defective bone remodelling in osteoprotegerin-deficient mice

Bone remodelling in patients with renal disease

Assessment of bone remodelling in childhood-onset systemic lupus erythematosus

Effects of bone remodelling on calcium mass transfer during haemodialysis

Bone marrow-derived cells contribute to infarct remodelling

Methods in Nutrition Science: The Bone Remodeling Transient: Interpreting Interventions Involving Bone-related Nutrients

The usefulness of bone remodelling markers in predicting the efficacy of pamidronate treatment in SAPHO syndrome

Osteopontin might be involved in bone remodelling rather than in inflammation in ankylosing spondylitis

Effects of calcitriol on parathyroid function and on bone remodelling in secondary hyperparathyroidism

Impact of different bone marrow cell preparations on left ventricular remodelling after experimental myocardial infarction

Arterial and aortic valve calcification inversely correlates with osteoporotic bone remodelling: a role for inflammation

Monte Carlo simulation of trabecular bone remodelling and absorbed dose coefficients for tritium and 14C

Calciotropic Hormones and Markers of Bone Remodeling in Age-Related (Type II) Femoral Neck Osteoporosis: Alterations Consistent with Secondary Hyperparathyroidism-Induced Bone Resorption

FGF23 is mainly synthesized by osteocytes in the regularly distributed osteocytic lacunar canalicular system established after physiological bone remodeling

Immunolocalization of sclerostin synthesized by osteocytes in relation to bone remodeling in the interradicular septa of ovariectomized rats

Age-independent association between arterial and bone remodeling in mild-to-moderate chronic kidney disease

P347Epicardial-derived interstitial fibroblasts and bone marrow-derived cell interaction determines post-infarction ventricular remodeling

P621Bone morphogenetic protein 7 protects against pressure overload-induced left ventricular remodeling and facilitates its regression in mice

 

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The ability of bone to respond to the mechanical demands placed on it by changing its size, shape, and structure; the process involved in bone formation and destruction in response to hormonal, nutritional, and mechanical factors. Bones have to be mechanically stressed to remain healthy. They become heavier and stronger if gravity and muscle actions impose forces on them. Inactivity results in bone atrophy. See also Wolff's law.

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