What is it about?
This review highlights important new insights into the principles and mechanisms governing mechanical adaptation of the skeleton during homeostasis and repair and ends with a summary of clinical implications stemming from our current understanding of how bone adapts to biophysical force.
Why is it important?
Findings from multiple current sources are presented as state-of-the-art in skeletal mechanobiology and repair.
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