Calcitonin effects on isolated bone cells

@article{Shlossman2006CalcitoninEO,
  title={Calcitonin effects on isolated bone cells},
  author={Marc Shlossman and M J Brown and Eugenia Shapiro and R. Dziak},
  journal={Calcified Tissue International},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={190-196}
}
SummaryCalcitonin decreased calcium uptake in specific rat bone cell populations obtained by sequential collagenase digestions of calvaria. The calcitonin effect on calcium uptake was observed in the same populations that manifested calcitonin-induced increases in cyclic AMP as well as high levels of acid phosphatase and the ability to release45Ca from prelabeled devitalized bone. No effect of calcitonin was observed in cell populations that had high levels of alkaline phosphatase and lacked… 

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