alexa Characterization of DC-STAMP+ Cells in Human Bone Marrow

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Characterization of DC-STAMP+ Cells in Human Bone Marrow

Osteoclasts (OC), specialized cells derived from monocytes, maintain skeletal homeostasis under normal conditions but degrade bone in patients with rheumatoid (RA) and psoriatic arthritis (PsA). Monocytes initially develop in the bone marrow (BM), circulate in peripheral blood, and differentiate into distinct cell types with diverse functions. Imaging studies in (RA) patients and murine arthritis models demonstrate that bone marrow edema detected on MRI is the result of enhanced myelopoiesis which precedes the development of bone erosions detected on plain radiographs several years later.

Citation: Chiu YG, Ritchlin CT (2013) Characterization of DC-STAMP+ Cells in Human Bone Marrow. J Bone Marrow Res 1:127. doi: 10.4172/2329-8820.1000127

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