Clinton Rubin



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Driving Mesenchymal Stem Cell Fate by Low Intensity Mechanical Signals as a Non-Drug Treatment for Osteoporosis and Obesity
Research shows that low level strains to animals and humans will increase bone formation, and thus may represent a non-drug "anabolic" stimulus to the musculoskeletal system. These low-level signals also influence mesenchymal stem cell differentiation, suppressing adipogenesis , and reduces adipose tissue, representing a strategy for treatment of obesity and diabetes.

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