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