Przemko Tylzanowski przemko at sgi.celgen.kuleuven.ac.be
Thu Nov 28 06:04:55 EST 1996

Heisenberg wrote:
> I have posted this message to the pathology group..with no results.
> Basically....I have read from somewhere that Osteoclasts although have a
> primary function of bone resorption..appear to be very very important in
> fracture healing...their activities appear to pave the way for the
> osteoblasts to work. Are there any papers which which talks about this...
> in particular..how they interact all the cellular and molecular level.
> Thanx


papers? There are BOOKS about it. Your question is too general to answer
here (Bone Biology 101) but some effort in searching Medline should give
you a lot more than you could read. There is about once a month a review
article about it plus a lot of research papers.


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