alpha-Actinin-3 deficiency is associated with reduced bone mass in human and mouse

Nan Yang, Aaron Schindeler, Michelle M. McDonald, Jane T. Seto, Peter J. Houweling, Monkol Lek, Marshall Hogarth, Alyson R. Morse, Joanna M. Raftery, Dominic Balasuriya, Daniel G. MacArthur, Yemima Berman, Kate G. R. Quinlan, John A. Eisman, Tuan V. Nguyen, Jacqueline R. Center, Richard L. Prince, Scott G. Wilson, Kathy Zhu, David G. LittleKathryn N. North

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)790-798
JournalBone
Volume49
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2011

Keywords

  • ACTN3
  • R577X
  • Bone mass
  • BMD

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Yang, N., Schindeler, A., McDonald, M. M., Seto, J. T., Houweling, P. J., Lek, M., Hogarth, M., Morse, A. R., Raftery, J. M., Balasuriya, D., MacArthur, D. G., Berman, Y., Quinlan, K. G. R., Eisman, J. A., Nguyen, T. V., Center, J. R., Prince, R. L., Wilson, S. G., Zhu, K., ... North, K. N. (2011). alpha-Actinin-3 deficiency is associated with reduced bone mass in human and mouse. Bone, 49(4), 790-798. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bone.2011.07.009