Jacob Dahlqvist Clausen

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There exist two markedly different instrumentation systems for the anterior cervical spine: the Cervical Spine Locking Plate (CSLP) system, which uses unicortical screws with a locking hub mechanism for attachment, and the Caspar Trapezial Plate System, which is secured with unlocked bicortical screws. The biomechanical stability of these two systems was(More)
A fully three-dimensional finite element model of a C5-C6 motion segment of the human spine was developed and validated for the purpose of investigating the biomechanical significance of uncinate processes and Luschka joints. The original intact cervical model was modified to create two additional models. The first simulated the absence of Luschka joints by(More)
The bone mineral density (BMD) of 99 cadaveric cervical vertebral bodies (C3-7) was determined using dual x-ray absorptiometry. The vertebral bodies were randomly assigned to receive either a unicortical (51 bodies) or bicortical (48 bodies) Caspar cervical plating screw. The initial insertion torque was measured using a digital electronic torque wrench,(More)
Diamino acids are commonly found in bioactive compounds, yet only few are commercially available as building blocks for solid-phase peptide synthesis. In the present work a convenient, inexpensive route to multiple-charged amino acid building blocks with varying degree of hydrophobicity was developed. A versatile solid-phase protocol leading to selectively(More)
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