Bone and the Microbiome Have a Brittle Relationship
Bone and the Microbiome Have a Brittle Relationship
Animal studies and a few small clinical trials show it’s possible to get commensal microbes to protect against bone loss, rather than contribute to it.
Bone and the Microbiome Have a Brittle Relationship
Bone and the Microbiome Have a Brittle Relationship

Animal studies and a few small clinical trials show it’s possible to get commensal microbes to protect against bone loss, rather than contribute to it.

Animal studies and a few small clinical trials show it’s possible to get commensal microbes to protect against bone loss, rather than contribute to it.

osteoporosis
Tissue-Clearing Technique Works on Bone
Tissue-Clearing Technique Works on Bone
Kerry Grens | Apr 26, 2017
CLARITY made mouse bones transparent while preserving fluorescent labels so researchers could visualize tagged osteoprogenitors.
Benefits of Missing MYC
Benefits of Missing MYC
Kate Yandell | Jan 22, 2015
Mice engineered to have just one copy of the gene Myc live longer, healthier lives than wild-type animals.
New and Improved Bone Tests
Tia Ghose | Jun 23, 2011
Two new approaches to test bone density provide a simpler way to predict risk of osteoporosis.