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Bone loss associated with chronic inflammatory diseases has been attributed to the release of cytokines from T lymphocytes. However, the role of T lymphocyte subsets in the mediation of osteoclast activity has not been extensively studied. Cocultures of murine bone marrow and BALC cells (murine calvarial-derived cell line) were used to study osteoclast(More)
The neural mechanisms of low back pain (LBP) are still enigmatic. Presently, low back muscles are being discussed as an important source of LBP. Here, the neuroanatomical pathway of the nociceptive information from the caudal multifidus muscle (MF) was studied. True blue was injected into the MF at the level L5 to visualize the dorsal root ganglion (DRG)(More)
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