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Alizarin Red Staining on scaffolds...


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#1 cshmech

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Posted 10 January 2013 - 11:19 AM

Hi all, I'm planning to use alizarin red staining assay to observe and quantify bone formation on my scaffolds.. Will it be the same procedure as being done on a plate/well. For quantification purpose, we use the de-staining solution and take results using a plate reader. Is it necessary to scrape cells? I cannot scrape cells from a scaffold.

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P.S. : I'm new to tissue eningeering..

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Posted 14 January 2013 - 02:01 PM

And I also want to know what wavelength light should be used for 'quantification' of the de-stained solution (using Cetylpyidinium chloride) in plate-reader. And also how to interpret the results (the values from the reader)...

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