alexa Possible Involvement of Leptin in the Elevated Osteoblastic Activity Observed in High Turnover Type Osteoporosis of Ovariectomized Mice

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Possible Involvement of Leptin in the Elevated Osteoblastic Activity Observed in High Turnover Type Osteoporosis of Ovariectomized Mice

Postmenopausal osteoporosis is a high turnover type of osteoporosis induced by estrogen deficiency following menopause. In this type of osteoporosis, the osteoblastic activity is known to be elevated even though bone resorption by osteoclasts eventually exceeds bone formation by osteoblasts, resulting in the deterioration of the bone structure.

 

Tezuka M, Tatehara S, Imamura T, Tachibana R, Takebe Y, et al. (2014) Possible Involvement of Leptin in the Elevated Osteoblastic Activity Observed in High Turnover Type Osteoporosis of Ovariectomized Mice. J Autacoids 3:105. doi: 10.4172/2161-0479.1000105

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