Apatite formation on bioactive calcium-silicate cements for dentistry affects surface topography and human marrow stromal cells proliferation.

@article{Gandolfi2010ApatiteFO,
  title={Apatite formation on bioactive calcium-silicate cements for dentistry affects surface topography and human marrow stromal cells proliferation.},
  author={M G Gandolfi and Gabriela Ciapetti and Paola Taddei and Francesca Perut and Anna Tinti and Marcio Vivan Cardoso and Bart van Meerbeek and C Prati},
  journal={Dental materials : official publication of the Academy of Dental Materials},
  year={2010},
  volume={26 10},
  pages={974-92}
}
The effect of ageing in phosphate-containing solution of bioactive calcium-silicate cements on the chemistry, morphology and topography of the surface, as well as on in vitro human marrow stromal cells viability and proliferation was investigated. A calcium-silicate cement (wTC) mainly based on dicalcium-silicate and tricalcium-silicate was prepared. Alpha-TCP was added to wTC to obtain wTC-TCP. Bismuth oxide was inserted in wTC to prepare a radiopaque cement (wTC-Bi). A commercial calcium… CONTINUE READING
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