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Bone and joint diseases are prevalent and often fatal conditions in elderly individuals. Additionally, bone-derived cells may release exosomes that package and distribute a range of active substances, such as proteins, miRNAs, and numerous active factors, thereby facilitating material and information interchange between cells. Exososmes generated from bone may be utilized to manage bone production and resorption balance or even as biological or gene therapy carriers, depending on their properties and composition. In this review, we will discuss the composition, secretion, and uptake theory of exososmes, the role of exososmes in bone metabolism regulation, the pathogenesis and diagnosis of bone and joint diseases, and the application of exososmes in regenerative medicine. The findings will expand our understanding of the potential research and application space regarding exososmes. Copyright © 2022. Published by Elsevier B.V.


Yibin Li, Ping Huang, Moussa Ide Nasser, Wen Wu, Jinghui Yao, Yongjian Sun. Role of exosomes in bone and joint disease metabolism, diagnosis, and therapy. European journal of pharmaceutical sciences : official journal of the European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2022 Sep 01;176:106262

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