Molecular monitoring of equine joint homeostasis

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de Grauw, J.C.;
  • Publisher: Utrecht University

Chronic joint disorders are a major cause of impaired mobility and loss of quality of life in both humans and horses. Regardless of the primary insult, any joint disorder is characterized by an upset in normal joint homeostasis, the balance between tissue anabolism and ... View more
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