Ronnie C. Cheung

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Abuse of alcohol has been found to be an important risk factor for fractures and osteoporosis, and tissue culture experiments have indicated that low concentrations of ethanol can affect bone formation and resorption. This study investigated direct effects of ethanol on bone cells using an in vitro resorption assay. Osteoclasts from long bones of 19-day(More)
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