Application of X-ray microanalysis to the study of cell physiology in cells attached to biomaterials.

@article{Roomans2002ApplicationOX,
  title={Application of X-ray microanalysis to the study of cell physiology in cells attached to biomaterials.},
  author={Godfried M. Roomans},
  journal={European cells & materials},
  year={2002},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-8}
}
X-ray microanalysis is commonly applied in biomaterials research to study changes in biomaterial composition, calcifications, or to identify particulates in tissue that has been in contact with biomaterials. Studies where the effect of biomaterials on the naturally occurring elements in the cells are studied are rare. Exposure to or contact with biomaterials may give rise to several cellular reactions with characteristic changes in elemental patterns. Experimental systems in which cultured… CONTINUE READING

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