It is generally believed that bone remodeling is controlled by osteocytes, which act as mechanosensors and regulate the activity of osteoblast and osteoclast cells [1,2]. Osteocytes seem suitable for this function, since they are the most abundant cell type of bone and they form an extensive network of cellular processes by gap junction connections to each other, lining cells, and osteoblasts [1,3].

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