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Increased Cellular Presence After Sciatic Neurectomy Improves the Bone Mechano-adaptive Response in Aged Mice

Overview of attention for article published in Calcified Tissue International, June 2019
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Increased Cellular Presence After Sciatic Neurectomy Improves the Bone Mechano-adaptive Response in Aged Mice
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Calcified Tissue International, June 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00223-019-00572-7
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Judith Piet, Dorothy Hu, Quentin Meslier, Roland Baron, Sandra J. Shefelbine

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#10,609,184
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#1,140
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#143,594
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#16
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