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On the phylogenetic position of the pre-Neandertal specimen from Reilingen, Germany.
This paper describes the morphology and phylogenetic significance of a well-preserved fossil human cranium found near Reilingen, Germany in 1978. The specimen consists of two complete parietals, mostExpand
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Use of stereolithography to manufacture critical-sized 3D biodegradable scaffolds for bone ingrowth.
A novel approach to the manufacture of biodegradable polymeric scaffolds for tissue-engineering utilizing stereolithography (SLA) is presented. SLA is a three-dimensional (3D) printing method thatExpand
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Effect of initial cell seeding density on early osteogenic signal expression of rat bone marrow stromal cells cultured on cross-linked poly(propylene fumarate) disks.
The intercellular signaling mechanisms among a transplanted cell population are largely determined by the cell population itself as well as the surrounding environment. Changes in cell-to-cellExpand
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The influence of stereolithographic scaffold architecture and composition on osteogenic signal expression with rat bone marrow stromal cells.
Scaffold design parameters, especially physical construction factors such as mechanical stiffness of substrate materials, pore size of 3D porous scaffolds, and channel geometry, are known toExpand
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Early osteogenic signal expression of rat bone marrow stromal cells is influenced by both hydroxyapatite nanoparticle content and initial cell seeding density in biodegradable nanocomposite scaffolds.
Incorporation of hydroxyapatite (HA) within a degradable polymeric scaffold may provide a favorable synthetic microenvironment that more closely mimics natural bone tissue physiology. BothExpand
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Metals for bone implants. Part 1. Powder metallurgy and implant rendering.
New metal alloys and metal fabrication strategies are likely to benefit future skeletal implant strategies. These metals and fabrication strategies were looked at from the point of view ofExpand
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Soft and hard tissue response to photocrosslinked poly(propylene fumarate) scaffolds in a rabbit model.
The treatment of large cranial defects may be greatly improved by the development of precisely formed bone tissue engineering scaffolds. Such scaffolds could be constructed by using UV laserExpand
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The Recent Revolution in the Design and Manufacture of Cranial Implants: Modern Advancements and Future Directions.
Large format (i.e., >25 cm) cranioplasty is a challenging procedure not only from a cosmesis standpoint, but also in terms of ensuring that the patient's brain will be well-protected from directExpand
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In Figure 3, the structures of NMS-859, ML240 and ML241 have been corrected. The molecules labeled NMS-873 and 2-(cyclohexylmethylamino)pyrimidines were mislabeled and have been corrected. TheExpand
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Photocrosslinking characteristics and mechanical properties of diethyl fumarate/poly(propylene fumarate) biomaterials.
The development of tissue engineered materials for the treatment of large bone defects would provide attractive alternatives to the autografts, allografts, non-degradable polymers, ceramics, andExpand
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