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Increased muscle mass is associated with increased bone content, but not density, in the humeri of adult myostatin-deficient mice



Increased muscle mass is associated with increased bone content, but not density, in the humeri of adult myostatin-deficient mice



Journal of Bone & Mineral Research 16(Suppl 1): S363




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