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Osteoporosis research : animal models /

Gustavo Duque, Ken Watanabe (editors).

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Names: Duque, Gustavo. | Watanabe, Kenichi,
Published: London ; Springer, ©2011.
Topics: Osteoporosis - Animal models. | Osteoporosis - Research. | Médecine. | Models, Animal. | Osteoporosis - diagnosis. | Osteoporosis - therapy. | Research.
Genres: Electronic books.
Online Access: SpringerLink Full Text Online Service
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Physical Description: 1 online resource (xix, 196 pages) : illustrations
Includes: Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN: 9780857292933 (electronic bk.)
0857292935 (electronic bk.)
(hardcover ;
Summary: Osteoporosis Research - Animal Models, presents in a very illustrative and practical manner, general methodologies of bone studies in animals, as well as the particular features of the most commonly used animal models in the field. Research in the field of osteoporosis has grown in recent years. This has resulted in significant advances in determining the causes of osteoporosis, assessing risk factors, and creating new treatment methods. The use of animal models provides important knowledge about pathological conditions that can eventually lead to the development of more effective clinical treatment of diseases in both humans and animals. ¡ Osteoporosis Research - Animal Models, is an essential tool for researchers in the bone field. This book aids researchers in selecting their appropriate model and highlights the experiments that can be strategically designed to optimize the potential of an animal to develop the cardinal features of osteoporosis in humans. This book addresses the importance of recent findings from animal models and their significance on the pathogenesis of osteoporosis in relation to human disease.
Other Names: Duque, Gustavo.
Watanabe, Kenichi, M.D.
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