Acrylic bone cements modified with beta-TCP particles encapsulated with poly(ethylene glycol).

@article{Vzquez2005AcrylicBC,
  title={Acrylic bone cements modified with beta-TCP particles encapsulated with poly(ethylene glycol).},
  author={Blanca V{\'a}zquez and M. P. Ginebra and X. Gil and Josep Ant{\'o}n Planell and Julio San Rom{\'a}n},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={2005},
  volume={26 20},
  pages={
          4309-16
        }
}
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