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New Mechanism Activates Bone-building Cells in Osteoperosis

A research group led by Kumamoto University scientists has discovered that the gene SIRT7 is important for bone formation, and has discovered a new mechanism to activate gene functions essential for bone formation. The researchers believe that the SIRT7-regulated osteoblastogenesis pathway is a potential therapeutic drug target to treat decreased osteogenesis and osteoporosis