5th FORUM ON NEW MATERIALS PART E

Volume 76

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AST.76

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Authors: Kazuhiko Ishihara, Yuuki Inoue

Abstract: Recently, much attention has been attracted to bio/blood compatible materials to suppress undesirable biological reactions that determine...

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Authors: Nobuhiko Yui

Abstract: Polyrotaxane-immobilized surfaces were prepared as a platform of dynamic surfaces, which can prevent from non-specific interaction with...

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Authors: Dieter Hofmann, Maria Entrialgo, Jürgen Reiche, Karl Kratz, Andreas Lendlein

Abstract: Biodegradable polymers are applied in temporary implants, such as surgical sutures and controlled drug delivery systems. They are also of...

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Authors: Toshiki Miyazaki

Abstract: Apatite-polymer hybrid has attractive features as novel bone substitutes such as both ability of bone-bonding and mechanical performances...

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Authors: Naomi Cohen-Arazi, Ilanit Hagag, Michal Kolitz, Abraham J. Domb, Jeoshua Katzhendler

Abstract: Optically active α-hydroxy acids derived from amino acids have been synthesized and polymerized into new biodegradable polyesters. The...

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Authors: Eyas Dayyoub, Udo Bakowsky

Abstract: Protein adhesion on biomaterial surfaces plays a major role in determining their biocompatibility and cell responses. The goal of this study...

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Authors: Robert L. Karlinsey, Allen C. Mackey, Emily R. Walker, Trenton J. Walker, Christabel X. Fowler

Abstract: The inability to sufficiently prevent and/or repair chemically-etched dental enamel serves as one example that underlines the importance and...

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Authors: Devis Bellucci, Valeria Cannillo, Andrea Cattini, Antonella Sola

Abstract: The design of bioceramic scaffolds, i.e. artificial structures employed as temporary templates for cell proliferation, is a crucial issue in...

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