Materials in Clinical Applications VII

Volume 49

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AST.49

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Authors: Masanori Kikuchi, M. Tanaka

Abstract: Soft-nanotechnologies are based upon the synthesis technologies of nanomaterials and construction technologies of nanostructures by life...

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Authors: G. Daculsi

Abstract: The development of calcium phosphate ceramics and other related biomaterials for bone graft involved a better control of the process of...

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Authors: Egbert Brandau, Thorsten Brandau

Abstract: Clinical applications of Calcium phosphate compounds are done in most cases with powders of Calcium-tri-phosphate and/or Hydroxylapatite to...

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Authors: Leif Hermansson, Hakan Engqvist, Jesper Lööf, Gunilla Gómez-Ortega, Kajsa Björklund

Abstract: This study deals with the microstructure and property profile of biomaterials within the Ca-aluminate system (CA). Hydrated CA materials...

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Authors: Christian Rey, Christèle Combes, Christophe Drouet, Hocine Sfihi

Abstract: Apatites can accommodate a large number of vacancies and afford multiple ionic substitutions determining their reactivity and biological...

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Authors: Tsutomu Furuzono

Abstract: Hydroxyapatite (HAp) has unique properties for biomaterials such as hard-tissue-compatible material for bone and tooth and also...

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Authors: Christophe Drouet, C. Largeot, G. Raimbeaux, Claude Estournès, Gérard Dechambre, Christèle Combes, Christian Rey

Abstract: Calcium phosphates (Ca-P) are major constituents of calcified tissues, and are also extensively used for the elaboration of biomaterials....

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Authors: Magdalena Szutkowska, Marcin Leonowicz, L.A. Ivanchenko

Abstract: In this study the hydroxyapatite powder was sintered together with magnetite nanopowder, which due to its low reactivity is commonly used...

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