Suppression of the osteogenic response in the aging skeleton

@article{Rubin1992SuppressionOT,
  title={Suppression of the osteogenic response in the aging skeleton},
  author={Clinton T. Rubin and Steven D. Bain and Kenneth J. McLeod},
  journal={Calcified Tissue International},
  year={1992},
  volume={50},
  pages={306-313}
}
The ability of physical stimuli demonstrated as potently osteogenic in the young adult skeleton were evaluated for their capacity to stimulate new bone formation in the aging skeleton. Using the externally loadable, functionally isolated turkey ulna preparation, the ulnae of 1-year-old (n=5), and 3-year-old (n=3) turkeys were subjected to 300 cycles per day of a load regimen generating a high but physiologic level of normal strain (3,000 microstrain). Following 8 weeks of loading, areal… CONTINUE READING

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