Fluid flow-induced prostaglandin E2 response of osteoblastic ROS 17/2.8 cells is gap junction-mediated and independent of cytosolic calcium.


It has been well demonstrated that bone adapts to mechanical loading. To accomplish this at the cellular level, bone cells must be responsive to mechanical loading (mechanoresponsive). This can occur via such mechanisms as direct cell deformation or signal transduction via complex pathways involving chemotransport, hormone response, and/or gene expression… (More)


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