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Immune cells and bone: coupling goes both ways.

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There is a mounting body of research describing how cells of the immune system direct bone cell function whilst bone cells are involved in the generation and retention of immune cells and their precursors. Recent works into regulation of the haemopoietic stem cell niche have firmly implicated osteoblasts and osteoclasts. On the other hand, virtually all of the mature immune cells have been described to influence bone formation in vitro and in vivo. This review will summarize the latest develo...

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Journal:
Immunological investigations
Volume:
42
Issue:
7
Pages:
532-543
Publication date:
2013-01-01
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EISSN:
1532-4311
ISSN:
0882-0139
URN:
uuid:bc9bdada-84d9-4b7e-961b-f88b50844f41
Source identifiers:
421136
Local pid:
pubs:421136
Language:
English
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