Algae-derived (phycogene) hydroxylapatite. A comparative histological study [corrected and issued with original paging in Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg 1988 Oct;17(5)].


3 granular hydroxylapatite (HA) biomaterials, solid, coralline and phycogene HA (obtained from calcifying algae), differing widely in their relative amounts of specific surfaces and their origin, were examined with regard to their effects on bone healing in rats. Trephine drill holes were produced in the rat femur and filled with the HA granules. Each… (More)


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