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Effects of Stable Strontium Administration on Calcium Metabolism with Particular Reference to Low-Calcium Diet

  • Nevine El Solh
  • François Rousselet

Abstract

The effects of stable Sr2+ salts have been studied for many years, chiefly to ascertain whether Sr2+ can replace Ca2+ in the skeleton. At the turn of the century the therapeutic use of SrBr2 in epilepsy and related neurogenic disorders stimulated interest in pharmacological effects of stable Sr2+and its virtual lack of toxicitv.

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Calcium Metabolism Deficient Diet Single Intraperitoneal Injection Osteoid Tissue Stable Strontium 
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  • Nevine El Solh
    • 1
  • François Rousselet
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of BiochemistryParis V UniversityParisFrance

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