Ceramics, cells and tissues. Bioceramic surface: behavior in vitro and in vivo.pdf

Ceramics, cells and tissues. Bioceramic surface: behavior in vitro and in vivo

Antonio Ravaglioli, Adriano Krajewski

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related to the specific interactions of their surface with the extracellular fluids and cells, ie, ionic exchanges ... Calcium phosphate bioceramics have a unique characteristic for bone substitution ... in bone tissue engineering (Kruyt et al 2004; Arinzeh et al 2005). ... its degradation kinetics to be tuned in vitro and in vivo.

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Ceramics, cells and tissues. Bioceramic surface: behavior in vitro and in vivo.pdf


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Sofi Voighua

Bone tissue engineering combines cells and a biodegradable 3D scaffold to ... and the engineering of tissue constructs in vitro and in vivo. ... The enhancement of scaffold properties and functions by surface modification ... Keywords: bioactive glasses; glass-ceramics; scaffolds; bone tissue ... Polymer-bioceramic scaffolds. Bioceramics and bioglasses are ceramic materials that are biocompatible. Bioceramics are an ... TiN has been suggested as the friction surface in hip prostheses. While cell culture tests show a good biocompatibility, the analysis of implants ... of bioceramics has to be considered under various in vitro and in vivo studies.

Mattio Mazio

When rat stromal marrow cells were seeded onto the ... bone-like tissue that covered the material surface ... The composition of certain bioceramics which have specific bone affinity (e.g., BG) may affect cell behavior by ... bone deposition in vivo and in vitro [180–182]. 16 Jun 2006 ... This article reviews several types of nanostructured ceramics, cements and ... From the materials point of view, hard tissues can be determined to be a ... The material surface has proved to be good for cell spreading, ... However, this is responsible for distinct in vitro and in vivo behavior of HA ceramics.

Noels Schulzzi

09/06/2010Β Β· The in vivo tests of this binary Mg–6Zn alloy indicated (i) a relatively high degradation rate of the alloy after 14 weeks of implantation (2.32 mm/year) in comparison with other magnesium alloys, (ii) different surface morphologies and compositions between in vitro and in vivo, (iii) formation of trabeculae and osteoblasts despite a gap between the implant and surrounding bone tissues due

Jason Statham

The effect of surface chemistry modification of titanium alloy on signalling pathways in ... 30 Wu Cheng-Tie, C.J.: Silicate bioceramics for bone tissue regeneration, J. Inorg. ... The in vivo behaviour of a sol-gel glass and a glass- ceramic during critical ... Osteogenic potential in vitro of human bone marrow cells cultured onΒ ... 14 Jan 2019 ... The control of surface properties and porosity of calcium phosphate affects ... pathways, and bone growth factors have been conducted in vitro and in vivo [2,3, 4]. ... Calcium phosphates play important roles in cell adhesion and tissue formation ... In: Advances in Bioceramics and Porous Ceramics II; 2010. p.

Jessica Kolhmann

It is noticeable that porous architectural characteristics of the biomaterials play an important role in revascularization of the scaffold. However, there has been no consensus regarding the optimal conditions for vascularization, including macropore size, shape, interconnection, and the arrangement of macropores, due to the failure to accurately control porous structure of biomaterials.