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Chapter 1 Chairman's establishing comments (pages 1–2): C. E. Dent
Chapter 2 constitution of Bone from the Anatomical to the Molecular point (pages 3–13): Arne Engstrom
Chapter three constitution of Bone Salts (pages 14–35): Marcel J. Dallemagne and Claudine Fabry
Chapter four The Histological Remodelling of grownup Bone: An Autoradiographic research (pages 36–46): P. Lacroix
Chapter five Fibrogenesis and the Formation of Matrix in constructing Bone (pages 47–64): S. Fitton Jackson and J. T. Randall
Chapter 6 The Mucopolysaccharides of Bone (pages 65–74): Karl Meyer
Chapter 7 Autoradiographic reviews of the Formation of the natural Matrix of Cartilage, Bone and the Tissues of enamel (pages 75–88): Leonard F. Blanger
Chapter eight Uptake of 35S within the Differentiation and progress of Cartilage and Bone (pages 89–102): Rodolfo Amprino
Chapter nine In vitro Uptake and alternate of Bone Citrate (pages 103–116): W. D. Armstrong and Leon Singer
Chapter 10 The Magnesium content material of Bone in Hypomagnesaemic Disordersof farm animals (pages 117–134): ok. I. Blaxter
Chapter eleven The Mechanism of food in Bone and the way it impacts its constitution, fix and destiny on Transplantation (pages 135–147): W. R. Harris and A. W. Ham
Chapter 12 reviews at the fix of Fractures utilizing 32P (pages 148–160): Pierre H. Cartier, Benedetto de Berkard and Jean Lagrange
Chapter thirteen Metabolic stories on nutrition D (pages 161–174): E. Kodicek
Chapter 14 The Mode of motion of nutrition D (pages 175–186): R. Nicolaysen and N. Eeg?Larsen
Chapter 15 diversifications in Sensitivity to nutrition D: From diet D Resistant Rickets, nutrition D Avitaminotic Rickets and Hypervitaminosis D to Idiopathic Hypercalcaemia (pages 187–205): G. Fanconi
Chapter sixteen current wisdom of Parathyroid functionality, with Especial Emphasis upon its obstacles (pages 206–221): J. E. Howard
Chapter 17 The oblique evaluate of Parathyroid functionality (pages 222–238): B. E. C. Nordin and Russell Fraser
Chapter 18 Vascularity of Bone on the subject of Pathological experiences: (Paget's affliction; Sudeck's Atrophy; Osteoarthritis of the Hip) (pages 239–248): E. Rutishauser
Chapter 19 a few Observations on Experimental Bone sickness (pages 249–257): Richard H. Follis
Chapter 20 Osteodysmetamorphosis Foetalis a Newly found attribute Skeletal ailment exhibiting Low Serum and Tissue Alkaline Phosphatase job (Hypophosphatasia) (pages 258–271): Bengt Engfeldt and Rolf Zetterstrom
Chapter 21 Bone as a severe Organ for the Deposition of Radioactive fabrics (pages 272–292): Hermann Lisco
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94). - 26 MARCELJ. DALLEMAGNE AND CLAUDINE FABRY (3) A more basic compound : 10 Ca : 6P (Ca/P 2 * 14); these figures are characteristic of hydroxyapatite ( = precipitated hydroxyapatite of Wallaeys (1952)). (4) A still more basic compound : 1 0 -5 Ca/6 P (Ca/P 2 26). - All these substances have this in common, that they diffract X-rays in an apatite-like manner; they have the same hexagonal lattice. When calcined, the first two compounds give the X-ray pattern of p-tricalcium phosphate ; the last two always retain the apatite structure, but thermal treatment enormously increases the crystalline particle size.
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The immediately striking feature of the migrating osteoblasts is their cytoplasmic content of a large number of ovoid bodies of low optical density similar in appearance t o small vacuoles. As the cultures age these bodies increase in density and take the form of granules of 0 . 7 p t o 2 p in diameter (Fig. 1). They are generally clustered around the nucleus, but also spread into the cell processes where they show considerable mobility. The granules may easily be distinguished from the filamentous mitochondria typical of such cells in culture.
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