Simulated spaceflight produces a rapid and sustained loss of osteoprogenitors and an acute but transitory rise of osteoclast precursors in two genetic strains of mice

Mohammad Shahnazari, Pam Kurimoto, Benjamin M. Boudignon, Benjamin E. Orwoll, Daniel D. Bikle, Bernard P. Halloran

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