Is there an autoimmune process in bone? Gene expression studies in diabetic and nondiabetic BB rats as well as BB rat-related and -unrelated rat strains.

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It is well known that type 1 diabetes is associated with a decrease in bone mass and delayed healing of fractures in human and in animal models of type 1 diabetes. Using well- and poorly compensated diabetic BB/O(ttawa) K(arlsburg) rats spontaneously developing insulin-dependent type 1 diabetes, it was recently shown that, in contrast to all other tissues… (More)

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@article{Klting2005IsTA, title={Is there an autoimmune process in bone? Gene expression studies in diabetic and nondiabetic BB rats as well as BB rat-related and -unrelated rat strains.}, author={Nora Kl{\"o}ting and Niels Follak and Ingrid Kloeting}, journal={Physiological genomics}, year={2005}, volume={24 1}, pages={59-64} }