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Up to 800% Increase in Bone Mass Observed After Receptor Deletion

News   Jan 18, 2019 | Original story by UCLA

 
Interference with Estrogen Signaling Sends Bone Formation into Overdrive

Weak and porous bones in an aging female mouse, left, and stronger, denser bones at right in a mouse of the same age after signal blocking. Image credit: Candice Herber, UC San Francisco

 
 
 

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