In comparison, the ER group had a less dense and irregular cortical bone, as there were enlarged lacunae with regular osteocytes
in its interior.
RANKL: new insights into the control of bone remodeling.
Key words: Cancellous bone, injury, intervertebral disc, inflammation, osteocytes
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is not sufficient to increase hematopoietic stem cells," Blood, vol.
Researches in mice have reported the activation of FXIII-A gene in osteocytes
of long bones (femur) and flat bones (calvaria and mandible).
, osteoclast, osteoblast, fibroblast and newly formed vessel counts were calculated by Analysis 5 Research (Olympus Soft Imaging Solution, Munster, Germany) software.
Manolagas, "Inhibition of osteoblastogenesis and promotion of apoptosis of osteoblasts end osteocytes
by glucocorticoids potential mechanisms of their deleterious effects on bone," Journal of Clinical Investigation, vol.
are mature bone cells derived from osteoblasts that are actively involved in local bone turnover, through mechanosensory mechanisms.
Using transmission electron microscopy, the various stages of bone formation, from osteoid deposition by osteoblasts (Ob) to the morphological transformation of osteoblasts into osteocytes
(Ot) simultaneous with the initiation and progression of mineralisation, could be observed adjacent to the Ep implant surface (Figure 5).
Osteonecrosis (ON), which involves the physiological remodeling of bone tissues , is thought to be caused by interruptions in blood flow, a decline in the function/number of osteoprogenitor cells, and apoptosis of the osteocytes
Differentiation into Chondrocytes, Osteocytes
, and Adipocytes.
These nodules are formed by the deposition of lamellar bone and are characterized by osteocytes
in the core and osteoclasts around the periphery .