Calcium exchange; the mechanism of adsorption by bone of Ca45.

@article{Falkenheim1951CalciumET,
  title={Calcium exchange; the mechanism of adsorption by bone of Ca45.},
  author={M Falkenheim and E E UNDERWOOD and Harold C. Hodge},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1951},
  volume={188 2},
  pages={805-17}
}
Until recently, the difficulties of obtaining and of measuring the radioactive isotopes of calcium have kept all but a few investigators from examining the distribution of calcium in the hard tissues of the body. Using Ca45 as a tool, Campbell and Greenberg (l), Pecher (2), and Greenberg (3) found between 15 and 28 per cent of a dose in the skeleton of mice… CONTINUE READING