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International Conference on Bone and Mineral Research 2015

International Conference on Bone and Mineral Research 2015

We are presenting parts of our research tomorrow at the International Conference on Progress in Bone and Mineral Research 2015 and the Annual Autumn Conference of the Austrian Society for Bone and Mineral Research (AuSBMR).

Bone Conference 2015

Bone Conference 2015

Venue: TechGate Vienna, 1220 Vienna, Donau City Str. 1

From 14.40 to 14.50 A. Turyanskaya will talk about “Synchrotron µXRF analysis of Manganese distribution in antler and human bone

and from 16.20 to 16.30 M. Rauwolf will present our work about the “Distribution of Zinc in human high-grade osteosarcoma and healthy tissue determined with confocal synchrotron radiation micro X-Ray Fluorescence analysis“.

The conference takes place in Vienna, Austria from December 3 – 5, 2015. The complete program can be found here.

Paper announcement – Atomic layer deposition to prevent metal transfer from implants: an X-Ray Fluorescence study

Paper announcement – Atomic layer deposition to prevent metal transfer from implants: an X-Ray Fluorescence study

The paper “Atomic layer deposition to prevent metal transfer from implants: an X-Ray Fluorescence study” (doi: 10.1016/j.apsusc.2015.09.248, available online since 3 October 2015) is the result of collaboration with University of Brescia (Dr. Fabjola Bilo, Dr. Laura Borgese and Prof. Laura E. Depero). Micro-X-ray fluorescence analysis was performed on micro-XRF spectrometer at Atominstitut.

Posters from the Denver X-ray Conference 2015

Posters from the Denver X-ray Conference 2015
SR-microXRF of bone samples -a comparison of a confocal and a CXC setup

SR-microXRF of bone samples – a comparison of a confocal and a CXC setup

Spatially resolved manganese distribution in antler and human bone

Spatially resolved manganese distribution in antler and human bone

Magnesium diffusion from implant into bone tissue observed by microXRF imaging

Magnesium diffusion from implant into bone tissue observed by microXRF imaging

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For all who did not have the chance to visit our posters at the Denver X-Ray Conference this year – you can just click at the images above. Alternatively, you can also find them under Publications.