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Osteoclasts On Bone

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5025481
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00:00:15
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25 FPS
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56
Date Uploaded
10 May 2011
Date Created
1 Nov 2010

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Osteoclasts on bone tissue. Osteaclasts (pink) are cells responsible for bone resorption, the process by which bone is broken down and its minerals released into the bloodstream. Osteoclasts are large, multinucleated cells that inhabit pits on the bone surface called Howship's lacunae. Bone resorption is driven by low blood calcium levels, or lack of use of the bones.

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