Perspectives: On a “paradigm shift” developing in skeletal science

@article{Frost1995PerspectivesOA,
  title={Perspectives: On a “paradigm shift” developing in skeletal science},
  author={Harold M. Frost},
  journal={Calcified Tissue International},
  year={1995},
  volume={56},
  pages={1-4}
}
That it takes more than knowledge of the cell to master skeletal health and disease is not a new idea. Nevertheless, in this decade and like many who fund research, many molecular biologists believe their research is far more important than studies of the IO. An analogy with a message can suggest why one might argue for a more balanced view. An Analogy Question: Can a pile of stones hold water? Everybody the author put this question to pondered it for a while, sensing some catch and trying to… CONTINUE READING
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