References

For the Website

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  • Parfitt, A.M., Drezner, M.K., Glorieux, F.H., Kanis, J.A., Malluche, H., Meunier, P.J., Ott, S.M. & Recker, R.R. (1987). Bone histomorphometry: standardization of nomenclature, symbols, and units. Report of the ASBMR Histomorphometry Nomenclature Committee. J. Bone Miner. Res. 2, 595-610.

Other (General)

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  • Kacena M.A., Troiano N.W., Coady C.E., Horowitz M.C. (2004b). Effects of ethanol post-fixation on the histological, histochemical, and immunohistochemical analysis of murine bone specimens. J Histotechnol 27, 15-20.
  • Kacena MA, Troiano NW, Coady CE, Horowitz MC: Decalcification of mounted bone sections enhances immunohistochemical staining.  J Histotechnol 26: 105-109, 2003.
  • Cosby, C.N, Troiano, N.W., Kacena, M.A. 2008. The effects of storage conditions on    the preservation of enzymatic activity in methacrylate-embedded murine bone. J Histotech. 31(4):169-173, 2008.
  • Dann P, Hens JR, Troiano NW, Wysolmerski J, Kacena MA. Preservation of b-galactosidase transgene in decalcified murine bone specimens embedded in paraffin. J Histotech 31(2): 61-64, 2008.
  • Troiano NW, Goldberg CG, Schlachter PB, Kacena MA. Paint chip analysis in a forensic investigation: Lessons learned from metal bone implants.  J Histotech, 31(1), 25-27, March 2008.
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  • Troiano N, Kacena, MA. Bone Implants:  processing, embedding, cutting, and histopathology. J Histotech, 29: 253-264, 2006.
  • Roh JD, Kacena MA, Lopez-Soler RI, Coady CE, Troiano NW, Breuer CK. Glycolmethacrylate is superior to methylmethacrylate for histologic evaluation of biodegradable polymer scaffolds used for vascular tissue engineering, J Histotech, 29: 245-250, 2006.