Bone remodelling at a glance.

@article{Crockett2011BoneRA,
  title={Bone remodelling at a glance.},
  author={Julie C. Crockett and Michael J Rogers and Fraser P. Coxon and Lynne J. Hocking and Miep H. Helfrich},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2011},
  volume={124 Pt 7},
  pages={991-8}
}
The bone remodelling cycle (see Poster panel “The bone remodelling cycle”) maintains the integrity of the skeleton through the balanced activities of its constituent cell types. These are the bone-forming osteoblast, a cell that produces the organic bone matrix and aids its mineralisation (Karsenty et al., 2009); the bonedegrading osteoclast, a unique type of exocrine cell that dissolves bone mineral and enzymatically degrades extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins (Teitelbaum, 2007); and the… CONTINUE READING
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