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Anti-inflammatory cytokines may maintain healthy synovial tissue

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An Australian study of structural and protective features of synovial tissue from normal knee joints has been the first to establish a baseline reference for comparison with arthritic joints. It also suggested that an excess of anti-inflammatory cytokines osteoprotogerin (OPG) over receptor activator of nuclear factor κ B ligand (RANKL) …

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