Anatomical Distribution of Ochronotic Pigment in Alkaptonuric Mice is Associated with Calcified Cartilage Chondrocytes at Osteochondral Interfaces

Juliette H. Hughes*, Craig M. Keenan, Hazel Sutherland, Henry R. Edwards, Peter J.M. Wilson, Lakshminarayan R. Ranganath, Jonathan C. Jarvis, George Bou-Gharios, James A. Gallagher

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