Caffeine does not cause in vitro calcium loss from neonatal mouse calvaria
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Calcium concentration of media containing calvaria from 6-day-old mice were unchanged by four doses of caffeine in a 48-hour in vitro system. The caffeine-treated calvaria were similar morphologically at all levels when compared to their littermate controls. In the culture conditions used, caffeine does not stimulate bone to release calcium.
Bergman, E. A., Newbrey, J. W., & Massey, L. K. (1988). Caffeine does not causein vitro calcium loss from neonatal mouse calvaria. Calcified Tissue International, 43(5), 281–283. https://doi.org/10.1007/bf02556636
Calcified Tissue International
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