Osteoclasts’ ability to generate trenches rather than pits depends on high levels of active cathepsin K and efficient clearance of resorption products

Xenia Goldberg Borggaard*, Dinisha Cyril Pirapaharan, Jean-Marie Delaissé, Kent Søe*

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