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Primary human osteoblast cultures

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  • Jane P. Dillon
  • Victoria J. Waring-Green
  • Adam Taylor
  • Peter J. M. Wilson
  • Mark Birch
  • Alison Gartland
  • James A. Gallagher
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Publication date31/12/2011
Host publicationBone research protocols
EditorsMiep H. Helfrich, Stuart H. Ralston
PublisherSpringer
Pages3-18
Number of pages16
Edition2nd ed.
ISBN (Print)9781617794148
Original languageEnglish

Publication series

NameMethods in Molecular Biology
PublisherSpringer
Volume816

Abstract

Osteoblast cultures can be used to investigate the mechanisms of bone formation, to probe the cellular and molecular basis of bone disease, and to screen for potential therapeutic agents that affect bone formation. Here, we describe the methods for establishing and characterising primary human osteoblast cultures.