Bone blood flow in the rat using arteriolar blockade: comparisons between labelled resin particles and microspheres.

@article{Revell1993BoneBF,
  title={Bone blood flow in the rat using arteriolar blockade: comparisons between labelled resin particles and microspheres.},
  author={W J Revell and Morag Brookes},
  journal={Journal of anatomy},
  year={1993},
  volume={182 ( Pt 3)},
  pages={305-12}
}
Arteriolar blockade is probably the most widely used laboratory method for bone blood flow measurement. At first, cheap labelled cationic resin particles were used. These have largely been displaced by labelled microspheres, which have theoretical advantages but are expensive. This investigation compares measurements of bone blood flow made with the 2 different materials, using a reference artery method. Resin particles (1.4 mg per rat) were compared with 2 different doses of 85Sr-labelled… CONTINUE READING

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