Bone Regulatory Factors: Morphology, Biochemistry, by Edward D. Eanes (auth.), Antonio Pecile, Benedetto de

By Edward D. Eanes (auth.), Antonio Pecile, Benedetto de Bernard (eds.)

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Includes all lectures offered on the NATO ASI direction held in Erice, Sicily, may perhaps 1989. Covers morphological, chemical, biochemical, physiological and pathophysiological features of bone formation and resorption, targeting regulatory components and indicating the recent instructions which are establishing up.
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