Erythropoietin Receptor (EPOR) Signaling in the Osteoclast Lineage Contributes to EPO-Induced Bone Loss in Mice

Zamzam Awida, Sahar Hiram-Bab, Almog Bachar, Hussam Saed, Dan Zyc, Anton Gorodov, Nathalie Ben-Califa, Sewar Omari, Jana Omar, Liana Younis, Jennifer Ana Iden, Liad Graniewitz Visacovsky, Ida Gluzman, Tamar Liron, Bitya Raphael-Mizrahi, Albert Kolomansky, Martina Rauner, Ben Wielockx, Yankel Gabet, Drorit Neumann*

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