Publication in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research!

Congratulations to the team on the publication of “Dietary Advanced Glycation End Products Have Sex- and Age-Dependent Effects on Vertebral Bone Microstructure and Mechanical Function in Mice.”!

The recently published manuscript in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research demonstrated that a poor diet, high in advanced glycation end products can, independent of diabetic or overweight conditions, diminish vertebral microstructure, mechanical behaviors and fracture resistance in young female mice. This work suggests poor diet as a potential cause of accelerated spinal aging, especially in females