Stefan Pusca

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Measurement of osteocalcin (a bone protein containing gamma-carboxyglutamic acid, GLA-P) in the biological liquids and tissues is of interest for studying the mechanisms of bone diseases. It is also helpful in making a diagnosis and in following up the patients with diseases in which the osseous system is affected. Methods have been worked out for isolation(More)
The analysis of the effective fractal dimensions corresponding to the fracture parameters points out the existence of at least: a) 8 different effective mechanical fractal dimensions, b) 8 diferent effective topographical fractal dimensions, as well as of: c) 4 different effective lacunarity measures L, corresponding to the mass-radius method and to the(More)