Exercise-induced changes in the cortical bone of growing mice are bone- and gender-specific.

@article{Wallace2007ExerciseinducedCI,
  title={Exercise-induced changes in the cortical bone of growing mice are bone- and gender-specific.},
  author={Joseph M Wallace and Rupak M. Rajachar and Matthew R Allen and Susan A Bloomfield and Pamela Robey and Marian Frances Young and David H Kohn},
  journal={Bone},
  year={2007},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={
          1120-7
        }
}
Fracture risk and mechanical competence of bone are functions of bone mass and tissue quality, which in turn are dependent on the bone's mechanical environment. Male mice have a greater response to non-weight-bearing exercise than females, resulting in larger, stronger bones compared with control animals. The aim of this study was to test the hypothesis that short-term weight-bearing running during growth (21 days starting at 8 weeks of age; 30 min/day; 12 m/min; 5 degrees incline; 7 days/week… CONTINUE READING
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