osteosarcoma classically presents as an ill-defined sclerotic, radiodense bony lesion in young patients.
cells and rat marrow cells were prepared according to the literature (Liu et al.
Ghrelin attenuates the osteoblastic
differentiation of vascular smooth muscle cells through the ERK pathway.
We also investigated the effects of Ad-TNF-[alpha]-siRNA-BMP-2 on osteoblastic
MC3T3-E1 cells to confirm differentiation in conditioned culture media (CM).
PTH and 1,25(OH)2 vitamin D priming to growth factors differentially regulates the osteoblastic
markers in MBA-15 clonal subpopulations.
Suppression of osteoblastic
phenotypes and modulation of pro- and anti-apoptotic features in normal human osteoblastic
cells under a vector-averaged gravity condition.
A key feature is the conspicuous absence of osteoblastic
rimming (Figure 4).
Primary rat calvarial osteoblasts (RCO) were cultured for 72 h (3 days) on the micropatterned titanium substrates in order to analyze the effects of the tested surface topographies on osteoblastic
differentiation and function.
Eventually, the increased rates of osteoblastic
new bone formation during bisphosphonate treatment decline as does osteoclastic bone resorption, and the biochemical markers of bone turnover return to premenopausal ranges.
1999), and bone gla-protein (BGP) is also produced by mature osteoblasts and primarily deposited in the extracellular matrix of skeletal tissue (Wada and Kamiya, 2006), and both ALP and BGP are related to activity of osteoblastic
3) On radiographic imaging the tumor may be osteolytic or osteoblastic
, and a sunburst appearance is seen in 30% to 55% of cases.
In the left hip and knee bone scintigraphy, increased osteoblastic
activity was considered as heterotopic ossification developing in two separate regions.