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Study on β-TCP Coated Porous Mg as a Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffold Material
Alternative TitleStudy on β-TCP Coated Porous Mg as a Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffold Material
Fang Geng1; Lili Tan1; Bingchun Zhang1; Chunfu Wu2; Yonglian He2; Jingyu Yang2; Ke Yang1
2009
Source Publication材料科学技术学报:英文版
ISSN1005-0302
Volume25.0Issue:1.0Pages:123-129
AbstractThree-dimensional honeycomb-structured magnesium (Mg) scaffolds with interconnected pores of accurately controlled pore size and porosity were fabricated by laser perforation technique. Biodegradable and bioactiveβ- tricalcium phosphate (β-TCP) coatings were prepared on and the biodegradation mechanism was simply evaluated the porous Mg to further improve its biocompatibility, in vitro. It was found that the mechanical properties of this type of porous Mg significantly depended on its porosity. Elastic modulus and compressive strength similar to human bones could be obtained for the porous Mg with porosity of 42.6%-51%. It was observed that the human osteosarcoma cells (UMR106) were well adhered and proliferated on the surface of the β- TCP coated porous Mg, which indicates that theβ-TCP coated porous Mg is promising to be a bone tissue engineering scaffold material.
Other AbstractThree-dimensional honeycomb-structured magnesium (Mg) scaffolds with interconnected pores of accurately controlled pore size and porosity were fabricated by laser perforation technique. Biodegradable and bioactiveβ- tricalcium phosphate (β-TCP) coatings were prepared on and the biodegradation mechanism was simply evaluated the porous Mg to further improve its biocompatibility, in vitro. It was found that the mechanical properties of this type of porous Mg significantly depended on its porosity. Elastic modulus and compressive strength similar to human bones could be obtained for the porous Mg with porosity of 42.6%-51%. It was observed that the human osteosarcoma cells (UMR106) were well adhered and proliferated on the surface of the β- TCP coated porous Mg, which indicates that theβ-TCP coated porous Mg is promising to be a bone tissue engineering scaffold material.
Keyword 骨组织工程 β-TCP涂层 生物相容性
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Language中文
CSCD IDCSCD:3559188
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/148030
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院金属研究所
2.沈阳药科大学
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Fang Geng,Lili Tan,Bingchun Zhang,et al. Study on β-TCP Coated Porous Mg as a Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffold Material[J]. 材料科学技术学报:英文版,2009,25.0(1.0):123-129.
APA Fang Geng.,Lili Tan.,Bingchun Zhang.,Chunfu Wu.,Yonglian He.,...&Ke Yang.(2009).Study on β-TCP Coated Porous Mg as a Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffold Material.材料科学技术学报:英文版,25.0(1.0),123-129.
MLA Fang Geng,et al."Study on β-TCP Coated Porous Mg as a Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffold Material".材料科学技术学报:英文版 25.0.1.0(2009):123-129.
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