2 edition of In vitro neutron activaton analysis of human cortical bone found in the catalog.
In vitro neutron activaton analysis of human cortical bone
John Richard Mernagh
Written in English
Thesis (M.Sc.), Dept. of Physics, University of Toronto
|Contributions||McNeill, K. G. (supervisor), Hancock, Ron (supervisor), Chung, H. P. (supervisor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||86|
Characterization of Cortical Bone Thickness Changes in the Human Ribs with Age and Sex Sarah K. Lynch, Ashley A. Weaver, Samantha L. Schoell, Joel D. Stitzel Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC Abstract This study characterized age and sex-related changes in rib cortical thickness to study the effect on thoracic injury risk. Use of a gambling task and a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scanner shows that human subjects' choices can be characterized by a computationally well regarded strategy for addressing Cited by:
Beyond osteogenesis: an in vitro comparison of the potentials of six bone morphogenetic proteins. Jessica C. Rivera*, Cassandra A. Strohbach, Joseph C. Wenke and Christopher R. Rathbone. Extremity Trauma and Regenerative Medicine, US Army Institute of Surgical Research, JBSA, Fort Sam Houston, TX, USA. Edited by: Trinity J. Bivalacqua, Johns. The effects of cyclooxygenase (COX) inhibition following the reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament remain unclear. We examined the effects of selective COX-2 and nonselective COX inhibition on bone-tendon integration in an in vitro model. We measured the dose-dependent effects of ibuprofen and parecoxib on the viability of lipopolysaccharide- (LPS-) stimulated and Cited by: 5.
Bone Matrix Biosynthesis in Vitro* I. LABELING OF HEXOSAMINE AND COLLAGEN OF NORMAL BONE WILLIAM P. DEISS, JR., LEILA B. HOLMES, AND C. CONRAD JOHNSTON, JR. From the Departments of Medicine and Biochemistry, Indiuna University School of Medtine, Indianapolis 7, Indiana (Received for publication, ). Cortical gamma oscillations: mechanistic insights from in vitro studies Natalie K. D. Seedan* (Student Number , MSci. Biomedical Sciences), Felix Chan, Georgia Rentesi and Mark O. Cunningham, Institute of Neuroscience, Framlington Place, Newcastle University, NE2 4HH, United Kingdom Introduction.
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Femoral cortical bone specimens from the middiaphysis of 24 patients were harvested during the procedure of total hip replacement at the location where normally one hole (Ø mm) for the relief of the intramedullary pressure is vitro intracortical porosity and bone mineral density (BMD) measurements by µCT were compared with Cited by: To evaluate the accuracy of bone mineral composition determination by electron microprobe analysis (EDX) the measurements have been compared to instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA) and chemical analysis (ICPES).
Bone specimens from five femoral heads were used. The trabecular content of calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P) was analyzed Cited by: Characterization of Human Cortical Slices Baseline Synaptic and Cell Activities.
Prior to pharmacological activation, a number of baseline characterizations were performed to confirm the viability of human cortical slices.
Electrical stimulation within the superficial layer generated evoked potentials of ± mV (n = 81) in by: In-Vitro Experimental and Numerical Analysis of Forces in Plane Cutting in vitro in . Overheating of finite element models based on actual.
metabolic patterns of bone in vitro in this and other laboratories () has opened the way to direct exploration of the patterns and rates of cellular metabolism present in normal and ab-normal human bone. The patterns of metabolism found in vitro in bone samples from a group of normal human * Submitted for publication Novem ; ac.
Bone cutting is a well know procedure in orthopedics. Large cutting force causes overstressing of the bone which may result in trauma.
Control penetration of the cutting tool into bone tissue is important to avoid unnecessary damage to the bone tissue. The purpose of this study was to measure and predict cutting force using experiments and Finite Element (FE) analysis when a Author: Khurshid Alam, Riaz Muhammad, Vadim Silberschmidt.
Med Oral Patol Oral Cir Bucal. Feb 1;14 (2):E The cortical bone on the primary stability of two implant systems Introduction The process of implant osseointegration involves a series of physiological processes of bone resorption and appo-sition, in which bone formation around the implant takes place, allowing better bone-implant joint.
Assessment of cortical and trabecular bone distribution in the beagle skeleton by neutron activation analysis. Parks NJ, Jee WS, Dell RB, Miller GE. The distribution of bone calcium between morphologically identifiable cortical and trabecular bone obtained by dissection and quantitated by neutron activation analysis (NAA) is by: 1.
Radiology. Jun;(3) doi: /radiol Epub Jan 4. Quantification of Human Cortical Bone Bound and Free Water in Vivo with Ultrashort Echo Time MR Imaging: A Model-based by: The human sample was sourced from the Robert J. Terry Collection, housed at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC, USA.
This collection was used because there are known biological data for these remains, which was important to control for as previous research has shown that factors such as age and sex may affect cortical bone thickness.Cited by: 5.
The key feature of the approach is the ability to quantify variation in the SOS, measured in meters per second (m/s) propagated in cortical bone, as caused by changes in the collection of bone. Electrical stimulation is a promising approach to enhance bone regeneration while having potential to inhibit bacterial growth.
To investigate effects of alternating electric field stimulation on both human osteoblasts and bacteria, a novel in vitro system was designed. Electric field distribution was simulated numerically and proved by experimental by: 5.
Bone samples were procured from 8 adults aged between 17 and 67 years, without sign of bone disease, from 4 children newborn and 7, 8 and 12 years at autopsy, and 2 from an older subject with necrosis of the head of the femur.
Most samples were of mixed cortical and trabecular bone. They were used first to measure "relative cellularity" as deoxyribonucleic acid Cited by: A 3D human bone organ modelDOI: /33 ISSN Abstract Three-dimensional (3D) organotypic culture models based on human cells may reduce the use of complex and costly animal models, while gaining clinical relevance.
This study aimed at developing a 3D osteoblastic-osteoclastic. Morphological analysis of human cortical bone using high-resolution X-ray microtomography Jalmari Pirhonen Master’sthesis UniversityofJyväskylä, DepartmentofPhysics November30, Abstract Trabecular bone is always coated with cortical bone and together they.
Human Bone Marrow Total RNA is a total RNA sample extracted from bone marrow for use as a positive control in QuantiGene assays. For Research. cells stimulate in vitro mineralization of MG63 osteoblast precursors.
International Society for Stem Cell Research, Yokohama (JP), 13thth June E. Czekanska, J. Ralphs, M. Alini, M. Stoddart: Interactions of MSC and bone cells during the process of in vitro mineralization. Swiss Bone and MineralFile Size: 6MB. International journal of Applied Radiation and Isotopes,Vol.
21, pp. Pergamon Press. Printed in Northern Ireland In- Vivo Neutron Activation Analysis of Calcium in Man* S. COHN, C. DOMBROWSKI and R. FAIRCHILD Medical Research Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, L.I., N.Y.,U.S.A (Received 11 June ; in revised form Cited by: THE JOURNAL OF Bromow~r.
CHEMISTRY Vol.No. 12, December Printed in U.S.A. Metabolic Studies of Bone in Vitro IV. COLLAGEN BIOSYNTHESIS BY SURVIVING BONE FRAGMENTS IN VITRO” BARRY FLANAGAN~ AND GEORGE NICHOLS, JR.$ From the Departments of Medicine and Biochemistry, Harvard Medical School, Bos Massachusetts.
The Characteristics Of Human Bone-Derived Cells (HBDCS) during osteogenesis in vitro Edyta Wrobel1*, Joanna Leszczynska1 and Edyta Brzoska2 * Correspondence: @ 1Department of Biophysics and Human Physiology, Faculty of Health Sciences, Medical University of Warsaw, ul.
Chalubinskiego 5,Warsaw, Poland. Oocyte in vitro maturation (IVM) and cryopreservation at the time of routine ovarian tissue freezing may be offered to cancer patients as an additional option for fertility preservation. This study aimed to investigate the developmental capacity of oocytes isolated from unstimulated ovaries.
Immature oocytes (n = 63) from seven consenting premenopausal patients were Cited by: bone. The failure strength of the human cortical bone in two directions was found to be positively correlated with strain rate. The cortical bone material was anisotropic and stronger in the longitudinal direction than the transverse direction, and was also rate dependent in both directions.
This study will enable the design and evaluation of.1 A comparison of cortical and trabecular bone from C57 Black 6 mice using Raman spectroscopy Simon R Goodyear1, Iain R Gibson2, 3, Janet M S Skakle3, Richard P K Wells3, Richard M Aspden1 1 Bone and Musculoskeletal Programme, Division of Applied Medicine, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom.