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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Consequences of that included another shift that normally occurs with age as we make more bone-eating osteoclasts than bone-forming osteoblasts.
* Most anti-osteoporosis drugs act mainly by stopping osteoclast activity, with little impact on bone-forming osteoblasts.
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.
The new trial will compare the effectiveness of the osteoblastic (bone-forming) product Preob to other treatments, and will run until late 2017.
Our lab researches mechanisms by which cadmium induces apoptosis in bone-forming osteoblasts.
A year-long, double-blind study, presented at the 2011 European Congress on Osteoporosis and Osteoarthritis, found that strontium ranelate "exerts significantly greater bone-forming activity than the bisphosphonate alendronate [Fosamax]," writes Megan Brooks for Medscape.
The Karolinska's research team said more research is required to confirm the success of the grafts and are hopeful that injection of bone-forming stem cells in utero can help prevent future [TEXT INCOMPLETE IN ORIGINAL SOURCE]
Bone-forming tumors such as osteomas are uncommon in domestic animals and are extremely rare in free-living and captive birds.
"The biomineralized nanoclays also impart osteogenic or bone-forming abilities to the scaffold to enable birth of bone," said Dr.
Fish: Calcium may be the chief bone-forming mineral, but it's nothing without its sidekick vitamin D, which is necessary for calcium absorption.
Signaling, or messaging, initiated by BMP2 and targeted to other bone-forming molecules along the BMP2 signaling pathway "is absolutely essential for building and reforming bone," Chen says.