Cell-based resorption assays for bone graft substitutes.

@article{Zhang2012CellbasedRA,
  title={Cell-based resorption assays for bone graft substitutes.},
  author={Ziyang Zhang and J. Ega{\~n}a and Ann Katharin Reckhenrich and Thilo Ludwig Schenck and Joern Andreas Lohmeyer and Jan Thorsten Schantz and Hans-G{\"u}nther Machens and Arndt F. Schilling},
  journal={Acta biomaterialia},
  year={2012},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={
          13-9
        }
}
The clinical utilization of resorbable bone substitutes has been growing rapidly during the last decade, creating a rising demand for new resorbable biomaterials. An ideal resorbable bone substitute should not only function as a load-bearing material but also integrate into the local bone remodeling process. This means that these bone substitutes need to undergo controlled resorption and then be replaced by newly formed bone structures. Thus the assessment of resorbability is an important first… CONTINUE READING
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