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Role of Growth Factors in Cartilage and Bone Metabolism

  • J. Pfeilschifter
  • L. Bonewald
  • G. R. Mundy
Part of the Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology book series (HEP, volume 95 / 2)

Abstract

Bone is subject to extensive modeling and remodeling processes throughout life. These processes start with the endochondral and membranous formation of bone tissue during embryonic life, dominate the period of postnatal bone growth, and persist as constant cycles of removal of old bone and replacement by new bone long after the bones have ceased to grow. Size, shape, and structure of bone is determined by these processes.

Keywords

Growth Hormone Local Growth Factor Bone Organ Culture Multiplication Stimulate Activity Growth Honnone 
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