[Osteopetrosis, from mouse to man].


The osteoclast is the main effector of bone resorption. Failure in osteoclast differentiation or function leads to osteopetrosis, a bone disease characterized by an impaired bone resorption. Analysis of mouse models developing osteopetrosis as a consequence of naturally occurring mutations or gene knockouts allowed to establish the osteoclast… (More)


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@article{BlinWakkach2004OsteopetrosisFM, title={[Osteopetrosis, from mouse to man].}, author={Claudine Blin-Wakkach and Frederic Bernard and Georges F. Carle}, journal={Medecine sciences : M/S}, year={2004}, volume={20 1}, pages={61-7} }