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Effect of titanium implant surface nanoroughness and calcium phosphate low impregnation on bone cell activity in vitro.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE In the field of bone implant surfaces, the effects of nanoscale modifications have received significant attention. In the present study, bone cell activity on 2 implantExpand
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Effects on interfacial properties and cell adhesion of surface modification by pectic hairy regions.
Polystyrene Petri dishes, aminated by a plasma deposition process, were surface modified by the covalent linking of two different enzymatically modified hairy regions (HRs) from pectin containing,Expand
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Surface chemistry effects of topographic modification of titanium dental implant surfaces: 1. Surface analysis.
PURPOSE To analyze the surface composition of 34 different commercially available titanium dental implants. MATERIALS AND METHODS Surface composition was evaluated by x-ray photoelectronExpand
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Surface engineering of titanium by collagen immobilization. Surface characterization and in vitro and in vivo studies.
Collagen was covalently linked to the surface of Titanium (Ti) by a surface modification process involving deposition of a thin film from hydrocarbon plasma followed by acrylic acid grafting. TheExpand
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Differentiation of osteoblasts on pectin-coated titanium.
The gold standard for implant metals is titanium, and coatings such as collagen-I, RGD-peptide, chondroitin sulfate, and calcium phosphate have been used to modify its biocompatibility. WeExpand
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New polymers for drug delivery systems in orthopaedics: in vivo biocompatibility evaluation.
The use of biodegradable polymers for drug delivery systems excluded the need for a second operation to remove the carrier. However, the development of an avascular fibrous capsule, reducing drugExpand
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Effects of sterilization and storage on the properties of ALP-grafted biomaterials for prosthetic and bone tissue engineering applications.
Grafting of the biomaterial surfaces with biomolecules is nowadays a challenging research field for prosthetic and bone tissue engineering applications. On the other hand, very few research worksExpand
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Collagen I-coated titanium surfaces: mesenchymal cell adhesion and in vivo evaluation in trabecular bone implants.
The goal of the study was the evaluation of the effect of modification of titanium implants by acrylic acid surface grafting-collagen I coupling. Tests were performed on titanium samples treated byExpand
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Evaluation of slipperiness of catheter surfaces.
A test method is described that allows the characterization of the subjective feeling of lubricity of catheter surfaces in a quantitative way. The test consists in pulling out, by a weight, aExpand
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Effects of Er:YAG laser and ultrasonic treatment on fibroblast attachment to root surfaces: an in vitro study.
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to analyze the effects of erbium-doped:yttrium, aluminum, and garnet (Er:YAG) laser and ultrasonic treatment on fibroblast attachment to periodontally diseasedExpand
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