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Data used in the study "Effect of repeated in vivo microCT imaging on the properties of the mouse tibia"

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posted on 04.11.2019 by Enrico Dall'Ara, Sara Oliviero
Link to the data used in:

Oliviero S, Giorgi M, Laud P, Dall’Ara E (2019)

Effect of repeated in vivo microCT imaging on the properties of the mouse tibia; Plos One 2019.

The zip folder includes examples of microCT images used for the analyses and a spreadsheet with all the data processed in the study.

File with data:
Results_radiation_effects.xlsx
The file reports all the data for every specimen calculated from the morphometric, densitometric and finite element analyses.

We have reported the DICOM files of the reconstructed microCT images (left control and right irradiated) for one animal for each group:
Black6_WT_Sample5
BLack6_OVX_Sample6
BalbC_WT_Sample2
BalbC_OVX_Sample1

With
Black6: C57Bl6
OVX: Ovariecomised
WT: WIld Type

The whole dataset is stored in the University of Sheffield file-store at the link:

https://web-unidrive.sheffield.ac.uk/shared/multisim2/WP7/Mario_Giorgi/OVX_Study/B_ImageProcessing

For further information please contact Dr Enrico Dall'Ara: e.dallara@sheffield.ac.uk

Funding

The study was partially supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC, MultiSim project, Grant number: EP/K03877X/1; ED; https://www.epsrc.ac.uk/) and the National Centre for Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs, Grant number: NC/R001073/1; ED; https://www.nc3rs.org.uk/). The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.

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