Analysis of the inorganic component of autogenous tooth bone graft material.

  title={Analysis of the inorganic component of autogenous tooth bone graft material.},
  author={Young-Kyun Kim and Su-Gwan Kim and Ji-Su Oh and Seung-Chan Jin and Jun Sik Son and Sukyoung Kim and Sooyoung Lim},
  journal={Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology},
  volume={11 8},
This study was performed to identify the calcium phosphate minerals, chemical element and Ca/P ratio and to examine the surface structure of autogenous tooth bone grafting material (AutoBT) which recently developed and applied clinically as a bone graft materials. The analytical results showed that AutoBT is composed of low-crystalline hydroxyapatite (HA) and possibly other calcium phosphate minerals, which is similar to the minerals of human bone tissues. And the dental crown portion was… 

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