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The extractability of 125I-labelled plasma albumin from bone pieces and from powdered bone has been compared after both in vivo and in vitro incorporation. The results show that albumin is more readily extracted from bone pieces than from bone powder which implies that tissue disruption exposes additional protein adsorption sites. It is suggested that incorporation of plasma albumin into calcified matrix during bone formation occurs mainly as a result of its strong interaction with bone mineral.

Original publication

DOI

10.1007/bf02012801

Type

Journal article

Journal

Calcified tissue research

Publication Date

10/1977

Volume

23

Pages

303 - 305

Keywords

Bone and Bones, Animals, Rabbits, Hydroxyapatites, Serum Albumin, Protein Binding