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Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (1986) 16 (3-4): 258–272.
Published Online: 21 April 2009
...Peter V. Hauschka Osteocalcin is an abundant Ca 2+ -binding protein indigenous to the organic matrix of bone, dentin, and possibly other mineralized tissues. This protein contains 47–50 amino acid residues (molecular weight 5,200–5,900) depending on the species. Osteocalcin is distinguished by its...
M.H.J. Knapen, B.S.P. Hellemons-Boode, M. Langenberg-Ledeboer, J.A. Knottnerus, K. Hamulyák, P.A. Price, C. Vermeer
Pathophysiology of Haemostasis and Thrombosis (2000) 30 (6): 290–297.
Published Online: 11 May 2001
... anticoagulant treatment. Circulating osteocalcin was more sensitive to poor vitamin K status than other Gla proteins. From the fact that – except for osteocalcin – neither markers for osteoblast nor osteoclast function were affected by oral anticoagulant treatment, we conclude that bone turnover remained...