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Coordinated development of embryonic long bone on chorioallantoic membrane in ovo prevents perichondrium-derived suppressive signals against cartilage growth.Academic Article Why?
Lack of requirement of osteopontin for inflammation, bone erosion, and cartilage damage in the K/BxN model of autoantibody-mediated arthritis.Academic Article Why?
Shim, Jae-HyuckPerson Why?
Conditional Kif3a ablation causes abnormal hedgehog signaling topography, growth plate dysfunction, and excessive bone and cartilage formation during mouse skeletogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Biological effects of the plant-derived polyphenol resveratrol in human articular cartilage and chondrosarcoma cells.Academic Article Why?
Induction of bone-related proteins, osteocalcin and osteopontin, and their matrix ultrastructural localization with development of chondrocyte hypertrophy in vitro.Academic Article Why?
Overlapping expression of Runx1(Cbfa2) and Runx2(Cbfa1) transcription factors supports cooperative induction of skeletal development.Academic Article Why?
Song, JiePerson Why?
TAK1 mediates BMP signaling in cartilage.Academic Article Why?
Age-dependent Changes in the Articular Cartilage and Subchondral Bone of C57BL/6 Mice after Surgical Destabilization of Medial Meniscus.Academic Article Why?
TAK1 is an essential regulator of BMP signalling in cartilage.Academic Article Why?
Lian, JanePerson Why?
Gravallese, EllenPerson Why?
Septoclast deficiency accompanies postnatal growth plate chondrodysplasia in the toothless (tl) osteopetrotic, colony-stimulating factor-1 (CSF-1)-deficient rat and is partially responsive to CSF-1 injections.Academic Article Why?
Varus thrust during walking and the risk of incident and worsening medial tibiofemoral MRI lesions: the Multicenter Osteoarthritis Study.Academic Article Why?
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