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Mbalaviele Lab and Colleagues Published in eLife

Mbalaviele Lab and Colleagues Published in eLife

Kai Sun, Chun Wang, Gabriel Mbalaviele, and colleagues found that fracture healing is impaired in mice lacking gasdermin D – interleukin-1 receptor. Citation: Fracture healing is delayed in the absence of gasdermin – interleukin-1 signaling. Sun K, Wang c, Xiao J, Brodt MD, Yuan L, Yang T, Alippe Y, Hu H, Hao D, Abu-Amer Y, […]
Steven Mumm, PhD, Receives Two Year NIH R21 Grant

Steven Mumm, PhD, Receives Two Year NIH R21 Grant

LRP5 and LRP6 are important modulators of the WNT signaling pathway which is critical for bone growth and turnover. Mutations in the LRP5 and LRP6 genes cause a rare human genetic disorder of high bone mass. Division of Bone and Mineral Diseases faculty Steven Mumm, PhD, has been awarded a $433,125 two-year grant by the […]

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