Formation of hydroxyapatite on titanium implants in vivo precedes bone-formation during healing.

Abstract

The bone material interface has been an area of intense study over many decades, where studies of the healing process ranging from simple mineral deposition in vitro to actual healing in vivo have given important clues to the importance of calcium minerals in the bone/implant interface. Here, the authors use a combination of in vitro cell culture methods… (More)
DOI: 10.1116/1.4993986

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