bone-forming


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Related to bone-forming: Bone healing, intramembranous bone formation

bone-forming

adjective Referring to a tumour that intrinsically produces bone.

Examples
Osteoid osteoma, osteoblastoma, osteosarcoma.
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Novel study confirms strontium ranelate's bone-forming benefits [online article].
The team announcing the finding, led by Gerard Karsenty of Columbia University, had previously found that fat cells secrete a hormone that influences bone-forming cells called osteoblasts.
Exercises that generate large forces such as jumping jacks stimulate bone-forming cells that cause the growth of new bone tissue.
The antiresorptive effect is less potent than with bisphosphonates; however, in combination with the simultaneous bone-forming effect, strontium ranelate becomes a highly effective antiosteoporosis medication, Dr.
The antiresorptive effect is less potent than with bisphosphonates, but in combination with the bone-forming effect, strontium ranelate is highly effective, Dr.
One of these ingredients stimulates the proliferation and activity of bone-forming cells, while the other one inhibits the activity of bone-destroying cells.
Osteosarcoma of the larynx has been described in the literature, [6] but a benign bone-forming tumor of the larynx such as an osteoma has not.
Demineralized bone implants allow bone-forming proteins to be delivered to a site in the patient's body to facilitate regeneration of bone.
A natural bone-growth factor can be used in these new implants to speed up healing by signaling the body to produce bone-forming cells called osteoblasts.
MAX BioPharma's first success based on small molecule lipids has contributed to the discovery of novel osteogenic oxysterol compounds that target multipotent mesenchymal cells, including mesenchymal stem cells, to induce the formation of bone-forming osteoblasts and bone.
2]] in this specific indication: osteoconduction, when bone graft material serves as a support for new bone growth; osteoinduction, in which immature cells are recruited and stimulated to develop into bone-forming cells or "osteoblasts" and osteogenesis, the production of new bone.