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OsteoGeneX Inc.

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

A discovery of the mechanism behind rare genetic condition sclerosteosis led to some new insights about bone growth. OsteoGeneX has now set out to discover small molecules that could inhibit the sclerostin pathway in a variety of potential applications including increasing bone growth in osteoporosis patients, spinal fusion and fracture repair.

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