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Calcified Tissue International announces high-impact papers

To recognize publishing excellence, the journal has announced its most oft-cited papers published in 2018-19; Includes noteworthy research studies and insightful reviews authored by leading experts; freely accessible until June 30, 2020.

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International Osteoporosis Foundation

Calcified Tissue International is a key asset in IOF's mission to promote high quality research in the musculoskeletal field.

The journal's most oft-cited research papers and reviews of 2018-19, which will be freely accessible from March 30 to June 30, 2020, are listed below. The papers focus on a broad spectrum of research, and range from cutting-edge preclinical/ translational research to insightful reviews by leading experts in the field.

Editors-in-Chief, Professor René Rizzoli and Professor Stuart Ralston, commented:

"The journal's increasing impact factor reflects the high quality and relevance of its research studies and reviews. We congratulate and thank the authors for their noteworthy contributions - all examples of publishing excellence."

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Gut Microbiota Contribute to Age-Related Changes in Skeletal Muscle Size, Composition, and Function: Biological Basis for a Gut-Muscle Axis Gregory J. Grosicki, Roger A. Fielding, Michael S. Lustgarten. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 102:433-442

Bone Loss After Romosozumab/Denosumab: Effects of Bisphosphonates Anne M. Horne, Borislav Mihov, Ian R. Reid. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 103:55-61

Bone-Targeted Therapies in Cancer-Induced Bone Disease Sofia Sousa, Philippe Clézardin. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 102:227-250

Bone Loss in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Basic Mechanisms and Clinical Implications Jae-hyuck Shim, Zheni Stavre, Ellen M. Gravallese. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 102:533-546

Biology of Bone Sarcomas and New Therapeutic Developments Hannah K. Brown, Kristina Schiavone, François Gouin, Marie-Françoise Heymann, Dominique Heymann. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 102:174-195

Association of Bone Mineral Density, Bone Turnover Markers, and Vertebral Fractures with All-Cause Mortality in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Hitomi Miyake, Ippei Kanazawa, Toshitsugu Sugimoto. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 102:1-13

Prebiotics, Bone and Mineral Metabolism Corrie M. Whisner, Luisa F. Castillo. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 102:443-479

Vertebral Fractures Following Denosumab Discontinuation in Patients with Prolonged Exposure to Bisphosphonates Liana Tripto-Shkolnik, Vanessa Rouach, Yonit Marcusk, Pnina Rotman-Pikielny, Carlos Benbassat, Iris Vered. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 103:44-49

Overview of Osteoimmunology Asuka Terashima, Hiroshi Takayanagi. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 102:503-511

Trabecular Bone Score in Men and Women with Impaired Fasting Glucose and Diabetes Kara L. Holloway, Lelia L. F. De Abreu, Didier Hans, Mark A. Kotowicz, Muhammad A. Sajjad, Natalie K. Hyde, Julie A. Pasco. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 102:32-40

Bone Mineral Density Changes After 1 Year of Denosumab Discontinuation in Postmenopausal Women with Long-Term Denosumab Treatment for Osteoporosis Albrecht Werner Popp, Nadshathra Varathan, Helene Buffat, Christoph Senn, Romain Perrelet, Kurt Lippuner. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 103:50-54

From Osteoimmunology to Osteomicrobiology: How the Microbiota and the Immune System Regulate Bone Emory Hsu, Roberto Pacifici. Calcif Tissue Int (2018) 102:512-521


About Calcified Tissue International & Musculoskeletal Research

Calcified Tissue International & Musculoskeletal Research is a peer-reviewed journal which publishes original preclinical, translational and clinical research, and reviews concerning the structure and function of bone, and other musculoskeletal tissues in living organisms, as well as clinical studies of musculoskeletal disease. It includes studies of cell biology, molecular biology, intracellular signalling, and physiology, as well as research into the hormones, cytokines and other mediators that influence the musculoskeletal system. The journal also publishes clinical studies of relevance to bone disease, mineral metabolism, muscle function, and musculoskeletal interactions. Editors in Chief: Stuart Ralston and René Rizzoli; Musculoskeletal Research Section Editor: Roger Fielding.

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