Osteoblasts


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Osteoblasts

Cells in the body that build new bone tissue.
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BMSCs were induced to differentiate into osteoblasts (see above) by treatment with LPNS (0, 50, 100 or 200 mg/l) for 24 h, 48 h, or 72 h, respectively.
Some osteoblasts get incorporated into the newly secreted bone matrix and mature to become osteocytes.
Osteoblastogenesis and Osteoprotection Enhanced by Flavonolignan Silibinin in Osteoblasts and Osteoclasts.
ERK activation also plays an important role in osteoblast differentiation and osteoclast formation (Lai et al.
Osteoblasts attach to the scaffold surface by the virtue of interaction between the integrin receptor and the ECM proteins.
During our investigation, medullar bone diameter and trabecular surface area of the defect region, osteoblast surface area in the defect region, and mineralized bone surface area were histomorphometrically measured.
The periosteum has both an outer fibrous (collagenous) layer and an inner osteogenic layer, which contains cells that can develop into osteoblasts that are important in fracture repair and increasing the width of bone.
This review traces how energy metabolism affects osteoblasts through the central control of bone mass involving leptin, serotoninergic neurons, the hypothalamus, and the sympathetic nervous system.
These tumors frequently contain epithelioid osteoblasts.
The researchers examined mutant mice lacking insulin receptors in their osteoblasts and found that they had low circulating osteocalcin, reduced bone formation and fewer osteoblasts compared to normal mice.