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A comparison of cortical and trabecular bone from C57 Black 6 mice using Raman spectroscopy

By Simon R. Goodyear, Iain R. Gibson, Jan Skakle, Richard P. K. Wells and Richard M. Aspden


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Topics: Cortical bone, Trabecular bone, Mouse, Raman spectroscopy, Composition, protein secondary structure, elastic properties, Infrared-spectroscopy, mechanical-properties, Collagen, mineralization, tissue, microspectroscopy, nanoindentation, Raman spectroscopy, QP Physiology, QP
Year: 2009
DOI identifier: 10.1016/j.bone.2009.01.008
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