Dr. Tineke De Schutter
Laboratory of Pathophysiology
University of Antwerp - Campus Drie Eiken - Geb. T.333
B-2610 Wilrijk - Antwerpen
Tel : +32-3-265 2755
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
The research in co-operation with the Laboratory of Experimental Pathophysiology deals with the following subjects:
- 1. Bonemetabolism
- Effect of a number of factors on the in vitro bone formation.
- Research on the effect of a calcimimeticum on the evolution of renal osteodystrophy.
- Role of the osteoblast on the development of renal osteodystrophy. A proteomics approach.
- Effect of the uremic environment on the gastrointestinal absorption of lanthanum and its accumulation in a number of relevant organs and subcellular localisation in the liver.
- Effect of the therapeutic use of lanthanum carbonate on the Ca-balance in comparison to other phosphate binding agents.
- Drug discovery: Experimental research on the effect of a number of compounds in the prevention of osteoporosis in the rat.
- 2. Vascular calcification.
- In vitro en in vivo research on the mechanisms underlying the development vascular calcification in chronic renal failure.
- Comparative studies on the effect of a number of pharmaca on the development/reversibility of vascular calcifications in the chronic renal failure rat.
- The calcification paradox: Experimental research on the role of the bone turn-over on the development of vascular calcifications.
- The calcification paradox: investigation into the mechanisms underlying the association between metabolic bone disease and vascular calcification. 01/01/2008 - 31/12/2011
- The calcification paradox: experimental research into the association between bone pathology and vascular calcification with in vivo micro-CT imaging. 01/10/2007 - 30/09/2009
- The calcification paradox : Experimental research into the association between bone pathology and vascular calcification in renal failure - University of Antwerp, 29 sept 2012.
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