New paper published in FASEBJ on the role of Scleraxis in tendon enthesis maturation

Check out our most recent paper, Scleraxis is required for the development of a functional tendon enthesis (Killian Thomopoulos FASEBJ 2015), which was just published in the FASEB Journal. This work identified Scleraxis as an important contributor to enthesis maturation by showing that loss of Scleraxis leads to impaired biomechanical function of the tendon-to-bone attachment and also leads to … Continue reading New paper published in FASEBJ on the role of Scleraxis in tendon enthesis maturation