The Role of Circulating Bone Cell Precursors in Fracture Healing

Abstract

Fracture healing is a complex process that involves several cell types; as a previous report suggested an increase in osteoblast (OB) precursors in peripheral blood during this process, this paper examines the role of circulating bone cell precursors in this process in the light of a prior suggestion that OB precursors are increased. Nine healthy men less… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00223-010-9362-3

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