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Academic Article Effects of raloxifene, hormone replacement therapy, and placebo on bone turnover in postmenopausal women.
Academic Article Osteocyte apoptosis.
Academic Article Targeted deletion of a distant transcriptional enhancer of the receptor activator of nuclear factor-kappaB ligand gene reduces bone remodeling and increases bone mass.
Academic Article Giant osteoclast formation and long-term oral bisphosphonate therapy.
Academic Article Control of bone mass and remodeling by PTH receptor signaling in osteocytes.
Academic Article Non-nuclear-initiated actions of the estrogen receptor protect cortical bone mass.
Academic Article Matrix-embedded cells control osteoclast formation.
Academic Article Skeletal involution by age-associated oxidative stress and its acceleration by loss of sex steroids.
Academic Article Dysapoptosis of osteoblasts and osteocytes increases cancellous bone formation but exaggerates cortical porosity with age.
Academic Article Continuous elevation of PTH increases the number of osteoblasts via both osteoclast-dependent and -independent mechanisms.
Concept Bone Remodeling
Academic Article Serum Osteocalcin is a Marker of Bone Remodeling in Dialysis Patients
Academic Article Targeted deletion of a distant transcriptional enhancer of the RANKL gene reduces bone remodeling and increases bone mass
Academic Article The effects of androgen deficiency on bone remodeling and bone mineral density are mediated via cells of the osteoblastic lineage
Academic Article A Strong Positive Correlation Between the Prevalence of Osteoblast Apoptosis and the Activation Frequency Across a Wide Range of Bone Remodeling Rates
Academic Article The spacial and temporal relationships between osteoclasts and osteoblasts during bone remodeling require parallel as well as serial signal pathways
Academic Article Old age causes de novo intracortical bone remodeling and porosity in mice.
Grant Osteocyte Control of Bone Remodeling

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