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-free equine joints, the highest concentration of glycosaminoglycans in synovial fluid is detected in neonates. 38 This variable decreases with increasing age, with the effect of aging disappearing at 4 years. 38 In our study, the FTIR-based approach allowed

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in milk are transferred to suckling puppies. 31 This neonatal maternal effect can be long-lived. Male dogs were more susceptible than females to hip joint osteoarthritis in the present study. It is possible that sex hormones interact with loci that

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extends as late as 3.5 years of age. 39 Even though the relative amount of type II collagen released from the growth plates is probably minor at 2 to 3 years of age, compared with growth plate collagen release in neonates, this may contribute to the

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