Christian Hellmich

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As candidates for tissue-independent phases of cortical and trabecular bone we consider (i) hydroxyapatite, (ii) collagen, (iii) ultrastructural water and non-collagenous organic matter, and (iv)(More)
It is generally agreed on that trabecular bone permeability, a physiologically important quantity, is governed by the material׳s (vascular or intertrabecular) porosity as well as by the viscosity of(More)
We here report an improved experimental technique for the determination of Young׳s modulus and uniaxial strength of extracellular bone matrix at the single micrometer scale, giving direct access to(More)