Osteoclast cells, artwork

Osteoclast cells, artwork

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Credit: HYBRID MEDICAL ANIMATION/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Osteoclast cells (red), artwork. Osteoclasts are found in cavities, known as Howslip's lacunae, on the surface of bones. They remodel bone, by degrading and reabsorbing it, in response to growth or changing mechanical stress.

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Keywords: anatomical, anatomy, artwork, biological, biology, bone, cell, illustration, maintenance, multinucleate, no-one, nobody, osteoclast, osteoclasts, osteology, reabsorbing, remodeling, remodelling, repair

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