Oxygen tension directs chondrogenic differentiation of myelo-monocytic progenitors during endochondral bone formation.

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Synthesis of bone requires both essential progenitors to form the various structures and the correct microenvironment for their differentiation. To identify these factors, we have used a system that exploits bone morphogenetic protein's ability to induce endochondral bone formation rapidly. One of the earliest events observed was the influx and… (More)

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@article{Shafer2007OxygenTD, title={Oxygen tension directs chondrogenic differentiation of myelo-monocytic progenitors during endochondral bone formation.}, author={Jessica A Shafer and Alan R. Davis and Francis H. Gannon and Christine M Fouletier-Dilling and Zawaunyka W Lazard and Kevin M. Moran and Zbigniew Gugala and Mustafa Ozen and Michael Ittmann and Michael H Heggeness and Elizabeth A. Olmsted-Davis}, journal={Tissue engineering}, year={2007}, volume={13 8}, pages={2011-9} }