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[Study on histological and histochemical appearance of fetal mouse tibiae cultured in vitro in comparison with freshly excised tibiae (author's transl)].
The histological and histochemical appearance of murine fetal tibiae was studied in order to furnish the morphological background for biochemical investigations on in vitro cultures of these organs,Expand
Determining the e ff ects of Reproductive Performance on Bone Quality in Female House Mice
Much of calcium and phosphorus used to support skeletal ossification during prenatal and postnatal mammalian development are derived from the mobilization of maternal bone minerals. As a result, boneExpand
[Cultures of fetal bone sites as a model for studying drug influence on mesenchymal metabolic processes (author's transl)].
Cultures of murine embryonic bone explants were studied regarding their use as experimental model for the investigation of drug effects on metabolic processes of mesenchymal tissues. Embryonic tibiaeExpand
Effects of flufenamic acid, dexamethasone, and SP 54 (a pentosanpolysulphate) on the histological appearance of murine embryonic tibia explants cultured in vitro.
The histological investigation of cultured, embryonic tibia explants of NMRI-mice showed, after a six day period, that incubation concentrations of Flufenamic acid, SP54 (a Pentosanopolysulphate),Expand