Jacqueline Vinton

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X-ray-based diagnostic techniques, which are by far the most widely used for diagnosing bone disorders and diseases, are largely blind to the protein component of bone. Bone proteins are important because they determine certain mechanical properties of bone and changes in the proteins have been associated with a number of bone diseases. Spatially Offset(More)
Fragility fractures, those fractures which result from low level trauma, have a large and growing socio-economic cost in countries with aging populations. Bone-density-based assessment techniques are vital for identifying populations that are at higher risk of fracture, but do not have high sensitivity when it comes to identifying individuals who will go on(More)
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