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  • inexpensive source for immature bovine shoulders

    Hello to the group,

    A summer research project requires the biomechanical testing of 14-16 week
    (immature) bovine shoulders. Vendors in the southern California area are
    producing some rather expensive quotes. I am aware of other vendors in
    Phoenix and Tyler, Texas. However, I was wondering if anyone knew of some
    other inexpensive sources for this type of material. Essentially, we only
    need the intact infraspinatus tendon and the proximal humerus. The
    preparation typically involves sectioning the entire front quarter which
    produces rather expensive per pound costs and shipping costs.

    I would certainly forward this information individually if anyone is
    interested.

    Kind regards to all,

    Andrew


    Andrew Mahar, MS

    "Man is a tool using animal...without tools he is nothing; with tools he is
    all"
    -Thomas Carlyle
    Sartor Resartus

    Orthopedic Biomechanics Research Center
    Children's Hospital - San Diego Department of
    Orthopaedics
    MC5054 University of California -
    San Diego
    3020 Children's Way 350 Dickinson Street
    San Diego, CA MC 8894
    92123-4282 San Diego,
    92103-8894
    P: 858-966-4975 P: 619-543-5555
    F: 858-966-8187 F:
    619-543-2540
    amahar@chsd.org

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