Tissue Responses to Titanium with Different Surface Characteristics after Subcutaneously Implanted in Rabbits

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 254-256)

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Mário A. Barbosa, Fernando J. Monteiro, Rui Correia, Betty Leon

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Y. Wu et al., "Tissue Responses to Titanium with Different Surface Characteristics after Subcutaneously Implanted in Rabbits", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 254-256, pp. 725-728, 2004

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