In vivo approach of calcium deficient hydroxyapatite filler as bone induction factor

In vivo approach of calcium deficient hydroxyapatite filler as bone induction factor

G. B. C. Cardoso, A. Tondon, L. R. B. Maia, M. R. Cunha, C. A. C. Zavaglia, R. R. Kaunas

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Tissue engineering combine biomaterials, cells and biologically active molecules having as a goal create functional tissues; many of the compositions are blends of a polymeric matrix with ceramic fillers, however, reduction of mechanical resistance can be a drawback on ceramic-polymer systems. In...

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In vivo approach of calcium deficient hydroxyapatite filler as bone induction factor

G. B. C. Cardoso, A. Tondon, L. R. B. Maia, M. R. Cunha, C. A. C. Zavaglia, R. R. Kaunas


										

In vivo approach of calcium deficient hydroxyapatite filler as bone induction factor

G. B. C. Cardoso, A. Tondon, L. R. B. Maia, M. R. Cunha, C. A. C. Zavaglia, R. R. Kaunas

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    Materials science and engineering C: materials for biological applications

    Vol. 99 (June, 2019), p. 999-1006