The expression of the nuclear matrix proteins NuMA, topoisomerase II-alpha, and -beta in bone and osseous cell culture: regulation by parathyroid hormone.

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Bone cells undergo changes in cell structure during phenotypic development. Parathyroid hormone (PTH) induces a change in osteoblast shape, a determinant of collagen expression. We hypothesize that alterations in bone cell shape reflect and direct gene expression as governed, in part, by nuclear organization. In this study, we determined whether the… (More)

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@article{Feister2000TheEO, title={The expression of the nuclear matrix proteins NuMA, topoisomerase II-alpha, and -beta in bone and osseous cell culture: regulation by parathyroid hormone.}, author={Hilary Feister and Jude E. Onyia and Rebecca R. Miles and X Yang and Rachelle J Sells Galvin and Janet M. Hock and Joseph Bidwell}, journal={Bone}, year={2000}, volume={26 3}, pages={227-34} }