Regulation of Skeletal Homeostasis.
Maine Medical Center Research Institute
Animals, Bone Remodeling, Bone and Bones, Homeostasis, Humans
Landmark advances in skeletal biology have arisen mainly from the identification of disease-causing mutations and the advent of rapid and selective gene-targeting technologies to phenocopy human disease in mice. Here, we discuss work on newly identified mechanisms controlling the remodeling of bone, communication of bone cells with cells of other lineages, and crosstalk between bone and vital organs as these relate to the therapeutic targeting of the skeleton.
Zaidi, Mone; Yuen, Tony; Sun, Li; and Rosen, Clifford J, "Regulation of Skeletal Homeostasis." (2018). Maine Medical Center. 1350.