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Copper-containing mesoporous bioactive glass nanoparticles as multifunctional agent for bone regeneration.
The application of mesoporous bioactive glasses (MBGs) containing controllable amount of different ions, with the aim to impart antibacterial activity, as well as stimulation of osteogenesis andExpand
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Vapor-phase self-assembled monolayers of aminosilane on plasma-activated silicon substrates.
Aminosilane self-assembled monolayers on silicon substrates have been prepared via a gas-phase procedure based on the consecutive reactions of the aminosilane precursor and water vapor. X-rayExpand
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A biofunctional polymeric coating for microcantilever molecular recognition.
An innovative route to activate silicon microcantilevers (MCs) for label free molecular recognition is presented. The method consists in coating the underivatized MCs with a functional ter-polymerExpand
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Electrophoretic deposition of mesoporous bioactive glass on glass–ceramic foam scaffolds for bone tissue engineering
In this work, the coating of 3-D foam-like glass–ceramic scaffolds with a bioactive mesoporous glass (MBG) was investigated. The starting scaffolds, based on a non-commercial silicate glass, wereExpand
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Mesoporous Bioactive Glass as a Multifunctional System for Bone Regeneration and Controlled Drug Release
Purpose Coupling the potential for bone regeneration and the ability for in situ controlled drug release in a single device is a challenging field of research in bone tissue engineering; in anExpand
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Structural changes of MCM-41 spheres during ibuprofen release to SBF
The delivery curve of ibuprofen to simulated body fluid (SBF) from MCM-41 spheres in the low submicron range shows anomalies, which are ascribed to a temporary blocking of the pores, healed by theExpand
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In Situ IR Characterization of CO Interacting with Rh Nanoparticles Obtained by Calcination and Reduction of Hydrotalcite-Type Precursors
Supported Rh nanoparticles obtained by reduction in hydrogen of severely calcined Rh/Mg/Al hydrotalcite-type (HT) phases have been characterized by FT-IR spectroscopy of adsorbed CO [both at roomExpand
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Assessment of kinetic model for ceria oxidation for chemical-looping CO2 dissociation
Abstract Chemical looping technologies are identified as to have an excellent potential for CO2 capture and fuels synthesis. Oxygen carriers are the fundamental component of a chemical loopingExpand
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Bioactive glass-based materials with hierarchical porosity for medical applications: Review of recent advances.
UNLABELLED Bioactive glasses have been traditionally used in the clinical practice to fill and restore osseous defects due to their unique ability to bond to host bone and stimulate new bone growth.Expand
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In situ infrared study of SBA-15 functionalized with carboxylic groups incorporated by a co-condensation route.
Two samples of SBA-15 mesoporous silica with a different content of carboxylic groups (-COOH) were prepared by a co-condensation route, using 4-(triethoxysilil)butyronitrile as the organosilaneExpand
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