Calcium homeostasis during hibernation and in mechanical environments disrupting calcium homeostasis
To maintain calcium homeostasis during physical inactivity, precise coordination is necessary between diferent organs of the body. There are a number of factors which alter an organism's calcium balance, such as growth, aging, physical inactivity and acquired or inherited disorders which ultimately lead to bone loss. In non-hibernating mammals, physical inactivity causes bone loss which may not be completely recoverable during the lifespan of an individual despite a resumption of activity....[Show more]
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