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CTLA-4 directly inhibits osteoclast formationAXMANN, R; HERMAN, S; ZAISS, M et al.Annals of the rheumatic diseases. 2008, Vol 67, Num 11, pp 1603-1609, issn 0003-4967, 7 p.Article

Isolated osteoclasts resorb the organic and inorganic components of boneBLAIR, H. C; KAHN, A. J; CROUCH, E. C et al.The Journal of cell biology. 1986, Vol 102, Num 4, pp 1164-1172, issn 0021-9525Article

Close encounters with an osteoclastBARNES, D. M.Science (Washington, D.C.). 1987, Vol 236, Num 4804, pp 914-916, issn 0036-8075Article

TSG-6 Inhibits Osteoclast Activity via an Autocrine Mechanism and Is Functionally Synergistic With OsteoprotegerinMAHONEY, David J; SWALES, Catherine; ATHANASOU, Nicholas A et al.Arthritis and rheumatism. 2011, Vol 63, Num 4, pp 1034-1043, issn 0004-3591, 10 p.Article

Acid phosphatase activity is detected preferentially in the osteoclastic lineage by pre-treatment with cyanuric chlorideNAKAMURA, Y; YAMAGUCHI, A; IKEDA, T et al.The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry. 1991, Vol 39, Num 10, pp 1415-1420, issn 0022-1554Article

Bone resorption by isolated chick osteoclasts in culture is stimulated by murine spleen cell supernatant fluids (osteoclast-activating factor) and inhibited by calcitonin and prostaglandin E2DE VERNEJOUL, M.-C; HOROWITZ, M; DEMIGNON, J et al.Journal of bone and mineral research (Print). 1988, Vol 3, Num 1, pp 69-80, issn 0884-0431Article

The osteoclast as a unicellular proton-transporting epitheliumGLUCK, S.The American journal of the medical sciences. 1992, Vol 303, Num 2, pp 134-139, issn 0002-9629Article

Tropomyosin isoforms localize to distinct microfilament populations in osteoclastsMCMICHAEL, Brooke K; KOTADIYA, Preeyal; SINGH, Tejdeep et al.Bone (New York, NY). 2006, Vol 39, Num 4, pp 694-705, issn 8756-3282, 12 p.Article

Inhibitory effect of luteolin on osteoclast differentiation and functionLEE, Ji-Won; AHN, Jae-Yong; HASEGAWA, Shin-Ichi et al.Cytotechnology (Dordrecht). 2009, Vol 61, Num 3, pp 125-134, issn 0920-9069, 10 p.Article

Osteoclast formation and bone resorption are inhibited by megakaryocytesBEETON, C. A; BORD, S; IRELAND, D et al.Bone (New York, NY). 2006, Vol 39, Num 5, pp 985-990, issn 8756-3282, 6 p.Article

Organization of osteoclast microfilaments during the attachment to bone surface in vitroLAKKAKORPI, P; TUUKKANEN, J; HENTUNEN, T et al.Journal of bone and mineral research (Print). 1989, Vol 4, Num 6, pp 817-825, issn 0884-0431, 9 p.Article

Molecular mechanism of bone resorption by the osteoclastBARON, R.The Anatomical record. 1989, Vol 224, Num 2, pp 317-324, issn 0003-276XConference Paper

Cytokines and local factors which affect osteoclast functionMUNDY, G. R.International journal of cell cloning. 1992, Vol 10, Num 4, pp 215-222, issn 0737-1454Article

Polymethylmethacrylate particles stimulate bone resorption of mature osteoclasts in vitroHAO ZHANG; RICCIARDI, Benjamin F; XU YANG et al.Acta orthopaedica (Print). 2008, Vol 79, Num 2, pp 281-288, issn 1745-3674, 8 p.Article

Compressive mechanical stress promotes osteoclast formation through RANKL expression on synovial cellsICHIMIYA, Hisashi; TAKAHASHI, Tetsu; ARIYOSHI, Wataru et al.Oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology, oral radiology, and endodontics. 2007, Vol 103, Num 3, pp 334-341, issn 1079-2104, 8 p.Article

Magic bullets to kill nasty osteoclastsKHOSLA, Sundeep.Endocrinology (Philadelphia). 2005, Vol 146, Num 8, pp 3233-3234, issn 0013-7227, 2 p.Article

Afamin secreted from nonresorbing osteoclasts acts as a chemokine for preosteoblasts via the Akt-signaling pathwayKIM, Beom-Jun; LEE, Young-Sun; GHI SU KIM et al.Bone (New York, NY). 2012, Vol 51, Num 3, pp 431-440, issn 8756-3282, 10 p.Article

Effect of Interleukin-32γ on Differentiation of Osteoclasts From CD14+ MonocytesKIM, Yong-Gil; LEE, Chang-Keun; JI SEON OH et al.Arthritis and rheumatism. 2010, Vol 62, Num 2, pp 515-523, issn 0004-3591, 9 p.Article

Relating osteon diameter to strainVAN OERS, René F. M; RUIMERMAN, Ronald; VAN RIETBERGEN, Bert et al.Bone (New York, NY). 2008, Vol 43, Num 3, pp 476-482, issn 8756-3282, 7 p.Article

Misconceptions V-Activation of osteoclasts is the first step in the bone remodeling cyclePARFITT, A. Michael.Bone (New York, NY). 2006, Vol 39, Num 6, pp 1170-1172, issn 8756-3282, 3 p.Article

Urinary γ -glutamyltransferase (GGT) as a potential marker of bone resorptionASABA, Yutaro; HIRAMATSU, Kiyoshi; IKEDA, Kyoji et al.Bone (New York, NY). 2006, Vol 39, Num 6, pp 1276-1282, issn 8756-3282, 7 p.Article

An assessment of the prevalence of organic material on bone surfacesCHOW, J; CHAMBERS, T. J.Calcified tissue international. 1992, Vol 50, Num 2, pp 118-122, issn 0171-967XArticle

Advances in osteoclast biology resulting from the study of osteopetrotic mutationsSEGOVIA-SILVESTRE, T; NEUTZSKY-WULFF, A. V; SORENSEN, M. G et al.Human genetics. 2009, Vol 124, Num 6, pp 561-577, issn 0340-6717, 17 p.Article

Use of monoclonal antibodies to recognise osteoclasts in routinely processed bone biopsy specimensATHANASOU, N. A; PUDDLE, B; QUINN, J et al.Journal of clinical pathology. 1991, Vol 44, Num 8, pp 664-666, issn 0021-9746Article

Proteomic analysis of osteoclast lipid rafts: the role of the integrity of lipid rafts on V-ATPase activity in osteoclastsRYU, Jiyoon; KIM, Hyunsoo; CHANG, Eun-Ju et al.Journal of bone and mineral metabolism (English ed.). 2010, Vol 28, Num 4, pp 410-417, issn 0914-8779, 8 p.Article

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