Drug Screening Using Corning®Osteo Assay Surface
18 Mar 2014

This applicaiotn note describes method for the in vitro screening of osteoclast function, tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase (TRAP) staining of osteoclasts, von Kossa staining of the mineral surface for increased contrast in pit identification, and the use of NIH ImageJ for quantification of resorption pit images.

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