David Allbrook

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During the description of new skeletal material in the Department of Anatomy, Makerere College, Uganda, the incidence of certain vertebral exostoses was studied (Allbrook 1955, 1956a, 1956b). Three well known examples were noted: 1) thoracic laminal spurs (Fig. I); 2) “beaking” of thoracic spinous processes (Fig. 2); and 3) exostosis formation on the(More)
Autoradiographic experiments using 3H-thymidine were designed to analyse cell proliferation which occurs in skeletal muscle after denervation and after tenotomy. In mouse tibialis anterior and tongue muscles during the first 24 h after denervation or tenotomy labelling levels were low and did not differ significantly from sham operated control muscles. By(More)