Carol C. Pilbeam

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Mechanical loading of bone may be transmitted to osteocytes and osteoblasts via shear stresses at cell surfaces generated by the flow of interstitial fluid. The stimulated production of(More)
Bone tissue responds to mechanical stress with adaptive changes in mass and structure. Mechanical stress produces flow of fluid in the osteocyte lacunar-canalicular network, which is likely the(More)
A second prostaglandin G/H synthase (PGHS-2), encoded by a gene separate from that for the original PGHS (PGHS-1), has recently been identified. We have shown that PGHS-2 is expressed in cultured(More)