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cartilage bone


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cartilage bone

cartilage bone

The Development of Bone and Cartilage

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Biology of bone, cartilage and connective tissue

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Differentiation and function of osteoclasts cultured on bone and cartilage

Biology of Bone, Cartilage and Connective Tissue Disease [1–2] 1. Effect of Corticosteroid on Tenocytes: Should Steroids be used as a Treatment for Tendonopathies?

Biology of Bone, Cartilage and Connective Tissue Disease [170–173]

Biology of Bone, Cartilage and Connective Tissue Disease [1]

Biology of Bone, Cartilage and Connective Tissue Disease [615–618]

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Biology of bone, cartilage and connective tissue disease [314]

Biology of bone, cartilage and connective tissue disease [1–2]

Bone marrow lesions predict progression of cartilage defects and loss of cartilage volume in healthy middle-aged adults without knee pain over 2 yrs

Osteoclast differentiation at growth plate cartilage–trabecular bone junction in newborn rat femur

Concurrent Elevation of the Upper Lateral Cartilage Perichondrium and Nasal Bone Periosteum for Management of Dorsum The Perichondro-Periosteal Flap

Cartilage-Bone Replacement in Endochondral Ossification of Mandibular Condylar Heads in Young Beagle Dogs

Sex differences in the relationship between bone mineral density and tibial cartilage volume

 

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Bone that is formed by replacing the cartilage of an embryo skeleton. The process, called endochondral ossification, is brought about by the cells (osteoblasts) that secrete bone. Compare membrane bone.

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