Juvenile bovine bone has the potential to be a model of normal human bone given its dimensions and comparatively reduced ethical restrictions. Previous studies have shown that demineralisation techniques can reduce bone density and alter bone properties. This project aims to establish and validate juvenile bone as a usable model for biomechanical testing including using demineralisation techniques to model reduced density bone. This data set provides the raw data for the models created. The methodology is described in detail in the related manuscript: Fletcher, J., Williams, S., Whitehouse, M., Gill, H. and Preatoni, E. "Juvenile bovine bone is an appropriate surrogate for normal and reduced density human bone in biomechanical testing: a validation study." Scientific Reports.
|Date made available||5 Jul 2018|
|Publisher||University of Bath|
Fletcher, J. (Creator), Williams, S. (Creator), Whitehouse, M. (Creator), Gill, H. (Project Leader), Preatoni, E. (Project Leader) (5 Jul 2018). Data for "Juvenile bovine bone is an appropriate surrogate for normal and reduced density human bone in biomechanical testing". University of Bath. 10.15125/BATH-00410