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Articles published in Bone

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    July 2017
  1. BARRUET E, Hsiao EC
    Application of human induced pluripotent stem cells to model fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva.
    Bone. 2017 Jul 14. pii: S8756-3282(17)30229-6. doi: 10.1016/j.bone.2017.
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    May 2017
  2. MINASHIMA T, Quirno M, Lee YJ, Kirsch T, et al
    The role of the progressive ankylosis protein (ANK) in adipogenic/osteogenic fate decision of precursor cells.
    Bone. 2017;98:38-46.
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    January 2017
  3. LIU K, Jing Y, Zhang W, Fu X, et al
    Silencing miR-106b accelerates osteogenesis of mesenchymal stem cells and rescues against glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis by targeting BMP2.
    Bone. 2017;97:130-138.
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  4. PALAGANO E, Slatter MA, Uva P, Menale C, et al
    Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation corrects osteopetrosis in a child carrying a novel homozygous mutation in the FERMT3 gene.
    Bone. 2017 Jan 14. pii: S8756-3282(17)30012-1. doi: 10.1016/j.bone.2017.
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    September 2016
  5. CAMP E, Anderson PJ, Zannettino AC, Gronthos S, et al
    Tyrosine kinase receptor c-ros-oncogene 1 mediates TWIST-1 regulation of human mesenchymal stem cell lineage commitment.
    Bone. 2016 Sep 23. pii: S8756-3282(16)30273-3. doi: 10.1016/j.bone.2016.
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    April 2016
  6. SINGH L, Brennan TA, Russell E, Kim JH, et al
    Aging alters bone-fat reciprocity by shifting in vivo mesenchymal precursor cell fate towards an adipogenic lineage.
    Bone. 2016;85:29-36.
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    March 2016
  7. CROES M, Oner FC, van Neerven D, Sabir E, et al
    Proinflammatory T cells and IL-17 stimulate osteoblast differentiation.
    Bone. 2016;84:262-70.
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  8. SANG C, Zhang Y, Chen F, Huang P, et al
    Tumor necrosis factor alpha suppresses osteogenic differentiation of MSCs by inhibiting semaphorin 3B via Wnt/beta-catenin signaling in estrogen-deficiency induced osteoporosis.
    Bone. 2016;84:78-87.
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  9. TAYLOR S, Ominsky MS, Hu R, Pacheco E, et al
    Time-dependent cellular and transcriptional changes in the osteoblast lineage associated with sclerostin antibody treatment in ovariectomized rats.
    Bone. 2016;84:148-59.
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  10. MATTHEWS BG, Torreggiani E, Roeder E, Matic I, et al
    Osteogenic potential of alpha smooth muscle actin expressing muscle resident progenitor cells.
    Bone. 2016;84:69-77.
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  11. YU J, Cao J, Li H, Liu P, et al
    Bone marrow fibrosis with fibrocytic and immunoregulatory responses induced by beta-catenin activation in osteoprogenitors.
    Bone. 2016;84:38-46.
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    February 2016
  12. ALMUBARAK S, Nethercott H, Freeberg M, Beaudon C, et al
    Tissue engineering strategies for promoting vascularized bone regeneration.
    Bone. 2016;83:197-209.
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  13. YOSHIOKA Y, Ono M, Maeda A, Kilts TM, et al
    CCN4/WISP-1 positively regulates chondrogenesis by controlling TGF-beta3 function.
    Bone. 2016;83:162-70.
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  14. CHA BH, Jung MJ, Moon BK, Kim JS, et al
    Administration of tauroursodeoxycholic acid enhances osteogenic differentiation of bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells and bone regeneration.
    Bone. 2016;83:73-81.
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