A rare mutation in SMAD9 associated with high bone mass identifies the SMAD-dependent BMP signalling pathway as a potential anabolic target for osteoporosis

Matthew A Brown, Christina Hammond, John P Kemp, Emma L Duncan, AOGC Consortium

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