Inorganic-Organic Nanocomposite Assembly Using Collagen as Template and Sodium Tripolyphosphate as A Biomimetic Analog of Matrix Phosphoprotein.

@article{Dai2011InorganicOrganicNA,
  title={Inorganic-Organic Nanocomposite Assembly Using Collagen as Template and Sodium Tripolyphosphate as A Biomimetic Analog of Matrix Phosphoprotein.},
  author={Lin Dai and Yi-pin Qi and Li-na Niu and Yan Liu and C{\'e}sar Rog{\'e}rio Pucci and Stephen W. Looney and Jun-qi Ling and David Henry Pashley and Franklin Russel Tay},
  journal={Crystal growth & design},
  year={2011},
  volume={11 8},
  pages={3504-3511}
}
Nanocomposites created with polycarboxylic acid alone as a stabilization agent for prenucleation clusters-derived amorphous calcium phosphate exhibit non-periodic apatite deposition. In the present study, we report the use of inorganic polyphosphate as a biomimetic analog of matrix phosphoprotein for directing polyacrylic acid-stabilized amorphous nanoprecursor phases to assemble into periodic apatite-collagen nanocomposites. The sorption and desorption characteristics of sodium… CONTINUE READING

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Inorganic - Organic Nanocomposite Assembly Using Collagen as Template and Sodium Tripolyphosphate as A Biomimetic Analog of Matrix Phosphoprotein . Nanocomposites created with polycarboxylic acid alone as a stabilization agent for prenucleation clusters - derived amorphous calcium phosphate exhibit non - periodic apatite deposition .
Inorganic - Organic Nanocomposite Assembly Using Collagen as Template and Sodium Tripolyphosphate as A Biomimetic Analog of Matrix Phosphoprotein . Nanocomposites created with polycarboxylic acid alone as a stabilization agent for prenucleation clusters - derived amorphous calcium phosphate exhibit non - periodic apatite deposition .
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