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Analysis of Distribution of Ca45 in Dog Bone by a Quantitative Autoradiographic Method
JENIFER JOWSEY; W. LAFFERTY; J. RABINOWITZ
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From the Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia
1965 by The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Incorporated
J Bone Joint Surg Am, 1965 Mar 01;47(2):359-370
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Abstract

A new method is described for quantitative autoradiography of bone. This method is used to measure the relative importance of bone formation, long-term exchange, and secondary mineralization in the retention of tracer doses of Ca45 in dogs of different ages. The latter two factors make a significant contribution to the total retention of tracer.

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