The BIOQUANT OSTEO software enables cutting-edge bone biology research in animal models and human biopsy. It supports both high-throughput automation and precise manual interaction for ASBMR standard bone histomorphometry in digital histology and microCT. Unique tools simplify skeletal phenotyping, characterize arthritis models, help quantify cancer metastasis, measure chondrocyte proliferation, aid in forensic anthropology, and quantify implant osseointegrationLearn more about BIOQUANT OSTEO...


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  • Comparison of stainless steel and titanium alloy orthodontic miniscrew implants: A mechanical and histologic analysis AuthorsRyan N. Brown, Brent E. Sexton, Tien-Min Gabriel Chu,Thomas R. Katona, Kelton T. Stewart, Hee-Moon Kyung, Sean Shih-Yao LiuAbstractIntroductionThe detailed mechanical and histologic properties of stainless steel miniscrew implants used for temporary orthodontic anchorage have not been assessed. Thus, the purpose of this study was to compare them with identically sized titanium alloy miniscrew implants.MethodsForty-eight stainless steel and 48 titanium alloy miniscrew implants were inserted into the tibias of 12 rabbits. Insertion torque and primary stability were recorded. One hundred grams of tensile force was applied between half of the implants in each group, resulting in 4 subgroups of 24 specimens each. Fluorochrome labeling was administered at weeks 4 ...
    Posted Apr 9, 2014, 1:16 PM by David Bishop
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  • Neuropathology in sensory, but not motor, brainstem nuclei of the rat whisker circuit after diffuse brain injury Read More: AuthorsJahan D. Miremami1, Pooja M. Talauliker, Jordan L. Harrison, & Jonathan LifshitzAbstractNeurological dysfunction after traumatic brain injury (TBI) is associated with pathology in cortical, subcortical, and brainstem nuclei. Our laboratory has reported neuropathology and microglial activation in the somatosensory barrel cortex (S1BF) and ventral posterior medial thalamus (VPM) after diffuse TBI in the rat, which correlated with post-injury whisker sensory sensitivity. The present study extends our previous work by evaluating pathology in whisking-associated sensory and motor brainstem nuclei. Brains from adult, male rats were recovered over 1 month after midline fluid percussion or sham injury. The principal trigeminal nucleus (PrV, sensory nucleus) and facial nucleus (VIIN, motor nucleus) were examined for neuropathology (silver histochemistry) and microglial ...
    Posted Apr 14, 2014, 2:17 PM by David Bishop
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