Growth and viability of osteoblasts on hydroxyapatite and tri-calcium phosphate ceramics: the effect of collagen coating

A.J. Ball, E.H. Rodgers, E.I. Goldie, G. Connel, R. Savage, J. Hamblin, M.H. Grant

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    Summary of paper describing how Hydroxyapatite (HA) and tricalcium phosphate (TCP) ceramics form the basis for bioartificial bone replacement materials. They lack mechanical strength and cannot at present be considered as replacements for loadbearing areas. We have investigated the characteristics of two ceramic materials, HA and a 60:40 composite of HA:TCP, which are being developed for facial bone reconstruction. The growth and viability of an immortalized cell line, FFC, derived from neonatal rat calvaria, was investigated when cultured on the materials for 7 days.
    LanguageEnglish
    Pages57-57
    Number of pages0
    JournalEuropean Cells and Materials
    Volume4
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - 2002

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    Osteoblasts
    Calcium phosphate
    Ceramics
    Durapatite
    Hydroxyapatite
    Collagen
    Coatings
    Bone
    Phosphates
    Growth
    Facial Bones
    Bone Substitutes
    Weight-Bearing
    Ceramic materials
    Skull
    Strength of materials
    Rats
    Cells
    Cell Line
    Composite materials

    Keywords

    • ceramics
    • materials science
    • bioengineering
    • osteoblasts
    • collage coating

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    Ball, A. J., Rodgers, E. H., Goldie, E. I., Connel, G., Savage, R., Hamblin, J., & Grant, M. H. (2002). Growth and viability of osteoblasts on hydroxyapatite and tri-calcium phosphate ceramics: the effect of collagen coating. European Cells and Materials, 4(2), 57-57.
    Ball, A.J. ; Rodgers, E.H. ; Goldie, E.I. ; Connel, G. ; Savage, R. ; Hamblin, J. ; Grant, M.H. / Growth and viability of osteoblasts on hydroxyapatite and tri-calcium phosphate ceramics: the effect of collagen coating. In: European Cells and Materials. 2002 ; Vol. 4, No. 2. pp. 57-57.
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    Growth and viability of osteoblasts on hydroxyapatite and tri-calcium phosphate ceramics: the effect of collagen coating. / Ball, A.J.; Rodgers, E.H.; Goldie, E.I.; Connel, G.; Savage, R.; Hamblin, J.; Grant, M.H.

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