In vitro osteoclast resorption of bone substitute biomaterials used for implant site augmentation: a pilot study.

@article{Taylor2002InVO,
  title={In vitro osteoclast resorption of bone substitute biomaterials used for implant site augmentation: a pilot study.},
  author={James C Taylor and Sheldon E Cuff and James P L Leger and Amani Morra and Gail I. Anderson},
  journal={The International journal of oral & maxillofacial implants},
  year={2002},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={321-30}
}
PURPOSE This observational study examined the resorptive behavior of normal neonatal rabbit osteoclasts grown on slices of bovine cortical bone as compared to samples of commercially available bone substitute biomaterials. It also examined the surface characteristics of these materials. MATERIALS AND METHODS The 11 materials tested fell into 3 groups: (1) bone-derived, including freeze-dried human rib block, human demineralized freeze-dried bone, and deproteinated bovine bone; (2) synthetic… CONTINUE READING

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This observational study examined the resorptive behavior of normal neonatal rabbit osteoclasts grown on slices of bovine cortical bone as compared to samples of commercially available bone substitute biomaterials .
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