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Hydroxyapatite Coating of Titanium Implants Using Hydroprocessing and Evaluation of Their Osteoconductivity
  • K. Kuroda, M. Okido
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Bioinorganic chemistry and applications
  • 9 February 2012
An overview of surface treatment methods, including coating with hydroxyapatite (HAp), an osteoconductive compound, is outlined, and evaluation by implantation of surface-modified samples in rat tibiae is described. Expand
Magnetic Removal of Phosphate from Wastewater Using Schwertmannite
A magnetic filtration has firstly been applied to the phosphate removal from wastewater by using schwertmannite, which is ferric oxyhydroxide sulfate with high capacity of phosphate adsorption. HighExpand
Kaempferol-immobilized titanium dioxide promotes formation of new bone: effects of loading methods on bone marrow stromal cell differentiation in vivo and in vitro
In vivo histological analysis revealed that Al-cK and Al-aK stimulated new bone formation around implants, suggesting TiO2 implant-immobilized kaempferol may be an effective tool for bone regeneration around dental implants. Expand
Anodization of magnesium (Mg) alloys to improve corrosion resistance
Abstract: Anodizing is one of the most widely used surface treatments for magnesium and its alloys. In this electrolytic oxidation process, the surface of a metal is converted to an anodicExpand
Preparation of Cu nanoparticles with NaBH4 by aqueous reduction method
Cu nanoparticles were prepared by reducing Cu2+ ions with NaBH4 in alkaline solution. The effects of NaBH4 concentration and dripping rate on the formation of Cu nanoparticles were studied. TheExpand
A new application of cell-free bone regeneration: immobilizing stem cells from human exfoliated deciduous teeth-conditioned medium onto titanium implants using atmospheric pressure plasma treatment
In the in vivo study, histological analysis revealed that the Ti implants treated with APP and SHED-CM stimulated new bone formation around implants, suggesting thatplant device APP pretreatment followed by SHED -CM immobilization may be an effective application to facilitate bone regeneration around dental implants. Expand
Hydrothermal treatment of titanium alloys for the enhancement of osteoconductivity.
A superhydrophilic surface with a WCA≤10° and a high osteoconductivity (RB-I) of up to 50% in the cortical bone part, about four times higher than the as-polished Ti and Ti alloys, were provided by the combination of the hydrothermal surface treatment and storage in ×5 of PBS(-). Expand
Preparation of Cu nanoparticles with ascorbic acid by aqueous solution reduction method
Cu nanoparticles were prepared by reducing Cu 2+ ions with ascorbic acid through aqueous solution reduction method. The effects of solution pH and average size of Cu2O particles on the preparation ofExpand
Anodizing of magnesium alloy AZ31 in alkaline solutions with silicate under continuous sparking
Anodization is a useful technique for forming protective films on magnesium alloys and improves its corrosion resistance. Based on the alkaline electrolyte solution with primary oxysalt developedExpand
Anodizing of Mg alloys in alkaline solutions
Abstract The electrochemical behaviors of 99.95 mass% magnesium and its alloys, i.e. AZ31 and AZ91, were investigated in NaOH alkaline solution. Mg and Mg alloy specimens were anodized for 10 min atExpand