Lectures and seminars Seminar with Kent Søe from Odense University Hospital

25-10-2019 10:00 am - 11:59 pm Add to iCal
Karolinska University Hospital, Solna Rolf Luft Auditorium Anna Steckséns gata 53, ground floor, L1:00, Solna

Welcome to a seminar given by Kent Søe from the University of Odense on 25 October 2019.


"Different “personalities” of human osteoclasts – from a clinical, translational, and basic perspective"


Kent Søe, Odense University Hospital, Denmark


Catabolic activity of osteoblast lineage cells contributes to osteoclastic bone resorption in vitro.
Pirapaharan DC, Olesen JB, Andersen TL, Christensen SB, Kjærsgaard-Andersen P, Delaisse JM, et al
J. Cell. Sci. 2019 May;132(10):

Time-lapse reveals that osteoclasts can move across the bone surface while resorbing.
Søe K, Delaissé JM
J. Cell. Sci. 2017 Jun;130(12):2026-2035

Pit- and trench-forming osteoclasts: a distinction that matters.
Merrild DM, Pirapaharan DC, Andreasen CM, Kjærsgaard-Andersen P, Møller AM, Ding M, et al
Bone Res 2015 ;3():15032

Involvement of human endogenous retroviral syncytin-1 in human osteoclast fusion.
Søe K, Andersen TL, Hobolt-Pedersen AS, Bjerregaard B, Larsson LI, Delaissé JM
Bone 2011 Apr;48(4):837-46

Glucocorticoids maintain human osteoclasts in the active mode of their resorption cycle.
Søe K, Delaissé JM
J. Bone Miner. Res. 2010 Oct;25(10):2184-92


Camilla Svensson, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology