Osteocalcin

Last Updated: August 16 2022

Osteocalcin is secreted by osteoblasts (bone-producing cells), and is often used as a marker of bone formation. Additionally, it acts as a hormone, and can promote the release of insulin, adiponectin, and testosterone.

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