ASBMR 2014

American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) will host its 2014 Annual Meeting September 12-15, 2014, in Houston, TX. The event will feature sessions on the latest discoveries in bone and mineral research. Check back here for ongoing coverage, or subscribe to our e-mails for conference updates.


Report of a National Bone Health Alliance Working Group: Expanded Criteria for the Clinical Diagnosis of Osteoporosis
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The National Bone Health Alliance working group expanded criteria for the clinical diagnosis of osteoporosis to include T-score < 2.5 at the spine or hip; low-trauma hip fracture; low-trauma vertebral, proximal humerus, pelvis or some distal forearm fractures in the setting of osteopenia; or FRAX score in a patient with osteopenia meeting or exceeding the National Osteoporosis Foundation Guidelines.
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Osteogenesis imperfecta, a skeletal disorder caused by mutations in type I collagen, exhibits structural and functional differences on a genotypic level that contribute to diverse phenotypes.
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Autophagy functions in numerous critical ways, including in quality control, cell remodeling, and energy production. Understanding the molecular pathways of autophagy can result in understanding and treating neurodegenerative disorders, metabolic disorders, and physiologic changes associated with aging.
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Cilia appear in a wide variety of cell types, including osteoclasts and osteoblasts, where they function as physiologic and biochemical sensors.
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By studying dense connective tissue, scientists are discovering ways that the cell nucleus adapts and changes in response to the administration of force, time, and differentiation.
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Current novel therapeutics for the prevention and treatment of bone loss in patients with inflammatory joint disease target cytokines and other inflammatory mediators. Mesenchymal stem cell therapy is a compelling new treatment currently being studied in clinical trials.
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