bone-forming


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bone-forming

adjective Referring to a tumour that intrinsically produces bone.

Examples
Osteoid osteoma, osteoblastoma, osteosarcoma.
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Fibrous dysplasia also known as Lichtenstein - Jaffe disease, is a non inherited skeletal disorder in which bone-forming cells fail to mature and produce too much fibrous or connective tissue.
Novel study confirms strontium ranelate's bone-forming benefits [online article].
Fish: Calcium may be the chief bone-forming mineral, but it's nothing without its sidekick vitamin D, which is necessary for calcium absorption.
Bioactive glass currently is considered one of the most biocompatible materials in the bone regeneration field due to its bioactivity, osteoconductivity (a scaffold's ability to support cell attachment and subsequent bone matrix deposition and formation) and osteoinductivity (a scaffold that encourages osteogenic precursor cells to differentiate into mature bone-forming cells).
Thanks to the spongy structure designed after human bones and an optimised formulation an increased number of bone-forming cells dock on Ceracell[R], which leads to accelerated and qualitatively better bone regeneration.
gov), which guides young girls to make informed food choices during critical bone-forming years.
In addition, blood vessel cells themselves sometimes convert into bone-forming osteoblasts, producing extra calcium on the spot.
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.