Response of human endothelial cells to oxidative stress on Ti6Al4V alloy.

@article{Tsaryk2007ResponseOH,
  title={Response of human endothelial cells to oxidative stress on Ti6Al4V alloy.},
  author={R. Tsaryk and M. Kalb{\'a}{\vc}ov{\'a} and U. Hempel and D. Scharnweber and R. Unger and P. Dieter and C. Kirkpatrick and K. Peters},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={2007},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={
          806-13
        }
}
Titanium and its alloys are amongst the most frequently used materials in bone and dental implantology. The good biocompatibility of titanium(-alloys) is attributed to the formation of a titanium oxide layer on the implant surface. However, implant failures do occur and this appears to be due to titanium corrosion. Thus, cells participating in the wound healing processes around an implanted material, among them endothelial cells, might be subjected to reactive oxygen species (ROS) formed by… Expand
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