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Synonyms for osteoblast

a cell from which bone develops

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Osteoblastic osteosarcoma, the most common subtype, is diagnosed in the setting of abundant extracellular osteoid production.
podocarpum employing osteoblastic and osteoclastic cells.
Erk is essential for growth, differentiation, integrin expression, and cell function in human osteoblastic cells.
Dexamethasone enhances in vitro vascular calcification by promoting osteoblastic differentiation of vascular smooth muscle cells.
The premature osteoblastic cell line was noted to have three times greater ALK-P activity after PTH was added.
Regardless, it is expected that osteoclastic activity be in tune with osteoblastic activity, as osteoblasts tightly control osteoclast maturation and activity (39).
The histologic picture is classically of low to moderately cellular fibrous stroma surrounding irregularly shaped bone trabeculae without osteoblastic rimming, which matches the benign appearance on radiology.
Osteoporosis, or reduced bone mineral density (BMD), is defined by an absolute decrease in total bone mass, caused mostly by an imbalance between osteoclastic bone resorption and osteoblastic bone formation.
SEM was used to characterize the microstructure and surface topography of the bulk material and the micro-textured features and also for the morphological analysis of osteoblastic cells cultured on these substrates.
During bone remodeling, while osteoclastic activity is completed within 2-3 weeks, the osteoblastic activity can continue up to 3 months.
They characterize the composites in terms of chemical-physical and mechanical properties, and assess their bio-compatibility and capacity to induce the osteoblastic phenotype in human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells.
Heng reported that Vitamin D has a crucial role in osteoblastic differentiation of embryonic stem cells and their final maturity [10].
In normal premenopausal states the osteoclastic resorption of old bone is balanced by osteoblastic build up of new bone.