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Restoring Mechano-adaptation In Aged Murine Bone

@inproceedings{Piet2019RestoringMI,
  title={Restoring Mechano-adaptation In Aged Murine Bone},
  author={Judith Piet},
  year={2019}
}
of the Dissertation Restoring mechano-adaptation in aged murine bone by Judith Piet Doctor of Philosophy in Bioengineering Northeastern University, March 2019 Dr Sandra Shefelbine, Adviser Osteoporosis is an age-related deterioration of bone mass and structure, which leads to debilitating and costly fractures. Bone is a dynamic tissue that adapts to external loads. In young and mature healthy bone, high loads promote bone formation by osteoblasts, and reduced loads promote bone resorption by… Expand

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