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Contributions of fluid convection and electrical migration to transport in cartilage: relevance to loading

Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics

Sep 15, 1996

A M GarciaAlan J Grodzinsky

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We have studied the contributions of diffusion, fluid flow and electrical migration to molecular transport through adult articular cartilage explants using neutral and charged solutes that were either radiolabeled (3H2O, [35S]sulfate, [3H]thymidine, [3H]raffinose, and a synthetic matrix...read more

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Sulfates, Inorganic
Thymidine
Organ Culture Techniques
Structure of Articular Cartilage
Molecular Transport
Orchiectomy
Entire Articular Cartilage
Osmosis
Tritium
Dipeptides
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Contributions of fluid convection and electrical migration to transport in cartilage: relevance to loading

Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics

Sep 15, 1996

A M GarciaAlan J Grodzinsky

PMID: 8809069

DOI: 10.1006/abbi.1996.0397

Abstract

We have studied the contributions of diffusion, fluid flow and electrical migration to molecular transport through adult articular cartilage explants using neutral and charged solutes that were either radiolabeled (3H2O, [35S]sulfate, [3H]thymidine, [3H]raffinose, and a synthetic matrix...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Sulfates, Inorganic
Thymidine
Organ Culture Techniques
Structure of Articular Cartilage
Molecular Transport
Orchiectomy
Entire Articular Cartilage
Osmosis
Tritium
Dipeptides

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