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Examination of the inflammatory response following implantation of titanium plates coated with phospholipids in rats
Implantation of biomaterials like titanium (Ti) causes inflammatory reactions possibly affecting implant functionality. Surface modifications could improve biocompatibility and functionality ofExpand
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Surface-Coated Polylactide Fiber Meshes as Tissue Engineering Matrices with Enhanced Cell Integration Properties
Poly(L-lactide-co-D/L-lactide)-based fiber meshes resembling structural features of the native extracellular matrix have been prepared by electrospinning. Subsequent coating of the electrospun fibersExpand
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Aging of plasma-polymerized allylamine nanofilms and the maintenance of their cell adhesion capacity.
  • B. Finke, H. Rebl, +4 authors J. Nebe
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and…
  • 13 November 2014
The long-term stability and γ-sterilisability of bioactive layers is the precondition for the application of implants. Thus, aging processes of a microwave deposited, plasma polymerized allylamineExpand
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Systemic IFNγ predicts local implant macrophage response
Implantation of biomaterials can cause complications often associated with inflammatory reactions. However, repeated evaluation of the implant site would be burdening for patients. Alternatively,Expand
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A Cell-Adhesive Plasma Polymerized Allylamine Coating Reduces the In Vivo Inflammatory Response Induced by Ti6Al4V Modified with Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation of Copper
Copper (Cu) could be suitable to create anti-infective implants based on Titanium (Ti), for example by incorporating Cu into the implant surface using plasma immersion ion implantation (Cu-PIII). TheExpand
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In vivo examination of the local inflammatory response after implantation of Ti6Al4V samples with a combined low-temperature plasma treatment using pulsed magnetron sputtering of copper and
Copper (Cu) could serve as antibacterial coating for Ti6Al4V implants. An additional cell-adhesive layer might compensate Cu cytotoxicity. This study aimed at in vitro and in vivo evaluation ofExpand
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Geometrical Micropillars Combined with Chemical Surface Modifications – Independency of Actin Filament Spatial Distribution in Primary Osteoblasts
Cell-biomaterial interactions are strongly affected by topographical and chemical surface characteristics. We found out earlier that geometric titanium (Ti) pillar structures in the micrometer rangeExpand
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Serum profile of pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines in rats following implantation of low-temperature plasma-modified titanium plates
Surface modification of Titanium (Ti) by low-temperature plasma influences cell-material interactions. Therefore, this study aimed at examining serum cytokine levels and associations afterExpand
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Plasma Polymerized Allylamine—The Unique Cell-Attractive Nanolayer for Dental Implant Materials
Biomaterials should be bioactive in stimulating the surrounding tissue to accelerate the ingrowth of permanent implants. Chemical and topographical features of the biomaterial surface affect cellExpand
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Antimicrobial Surface Finishing for Medical Implants by means of
Medical implants are widely used in surgery and dentistry, i.e. for total joint replacement or dental implants. Although regenerative medicine is highly sophisticated, an implant remains a foreignExpand