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

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Includes all lectures awarded on the NATO ASI path held in Erice, Sicily, may well 1989. Covers morphological, chemical, biochemical, physiological and pathophysiological points of bone formation and resorption, targeting regulatory components and indicating the hot instructions which are starting up.
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The so-called "appositional growth rate". With the use of this technique, it has been shown that the appositional growth rate differs considerably not only in various skeletal regions, but even in adjacent areas of a given osteogenetic surface, on both trabecular bonel,2 and the wall of Haversian canals. On the latter, moreover, the rate decreases exponentially during osteon formation3,4,5 (fig. 2). The problem concerning the mechanisms by means of which the osteoblasts modulate the rate of bone apposition is rather complicated; it has been solved only in recent years thanks to precise histomorphometric evaluations carried out on osteoblastic laminae carpeting osteogenetic surfaces having different rates of accretion6,7,8.

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