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Experientia

, Volume 13, Issue 8, pp 312–313 | Cite as

Über den Einfluss isotopischer und nichtisotopischer Träger auf die Verteilung von Radiostrontium im Organismus der Ratte

  • A. Catsch
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Summary

Investigating the influence of isotopic or nonisotopic carriers on the behaviour of Sr90 in the rat, calcium was found to be ineffective, whereas magnesium was essentially more effective in reducing the deposition of Sr90 in the skeleton as equimolar amounts of stable strontium. According to these results, neither calcium nor magnesium can act as ‘biological’ carrier for radiostrontium.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Catsch
    • 1
  1. 1.Biophysikalische Abteilung des Heiligenberg-Instituts, Heiligenberg/BadenGermany

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