Genes in Context: Probing the Genetics of Fracture Resistance


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Abstract

Fracture resistance is a complex trait dictated by bone volume, shape, internal architecture, and material performance of the calcified tissue itself, all of which may be influenced by a large number of different genetic and environmental processes. Quantitative Trait Loci analyses provide a sobering picture of this system and illustrate the importance of considering genes in context.

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