Molecular Understanding of Regulation for Energy Metabolism Controlled by Bone
||Tokyo Medical and Dental University|
|Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences|
|Junior Associate Professor|
Aging or breakdown of healthy lifestyle is associated with metabolic diseases such as osteoporosis, and obesity/diabetes. Bone has been known as a part of the locomoter system, but recent studies suggest that the bone tissue regulates energy metabolisms. In this study, I try to reveal the molecular mechanisms underlying the regulation of energy metabolism by the bone system, and establish a future pharmacological intervention for the metabolic diseases.
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