calcium phosphate

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a phosphate of calcium

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Most of the patients were overweight (70.91 %), including 35 out of 49 males and 4 out of 6 females Regarding the chemical composition, calcium oxalate was the commonest constituent, in 33(60%); patients followed by pure form of uric acid, 10 (18.18%); calcium phosphate, 6(10.90%) and calcium magnesium phosphatein, 3 (5.45%) patients, whereas, magnesium phosphate, calcium carbonate and magnesium ammonium phosphate stones were found in one patient each (1.81%), (Table-1).
Additionally, SwRI holds two US patents for its calcium phosphate nanoparticle (CaPNP) drug delivery system.
Additionally, OSSDSIGN Cranioplug, which is manufactured from the same unique calcium phosphate composition as other OssDsign implants, is the first product of its kind in the US market.
The electrochemical and immersion corrosion test in simulated body fluid revealed that the optimum coating had a greatly improved surface stability and degradation resistance compared to the calcium phosphate coating without Mn addition.
Through a separate medial incision under sterile technique, this area was injected with 5 cc of calcium phosphate cement.
Bone tissue, specifically if the bone is constituted by collagen fibers type I and calcium phosphate elongated nanocrystals called hydroxyapatite, for this reason it is very important to work in nanoscale, the nanomaterials can improve adhesion and cellular response to be more similar to natural tissue, also it was demonstrated that nanoscale particles, with sizes less than 100 nm have better cell acceptance namely adhesion and proliferation (SadatShojai et al., 2012;.
Abbreviations ALP: Alkaline phosphatase CPC: Calcium phosphate cement DMEM: Dulbecco's modified Eagle's medium ICP-OES: Inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy MTT: 3-(4,5-Dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyl tetrazolium bromide PBS: Phosphate buffer saline WF: Wollastonite fibers [alpha]-TCP: [alpha]-Tricalcium phosphate.
The calcium phosphate (CaP) product was also increased in subjects with SCA (32.9 versus 31.9[mg.sup.2]/d[L.sup.2]; p = 0.026).
The maxillary bone deficiency was treated with two different commonly-used, off-the-shelf bone calcium phosphate scaffolds that were used either alone or pre-loaded with Adipose-Derived Regenerative Cells (ADRCs) prepared using Cytori's Celution System.
As calcium supplementation may be avoided owing to its perceived contribution to constipation, the aim of this pilot study was to determine if calcium carbonate or calcium phosphate affects GI motility in healthy females.
The researchers "discovered a new efficient way of using calcium phosphate to react with and immobilise uranium.
Calcium phosphate in the rock allowed for exceptional preservation of the snake's skin layers, opening the door to reconstructing green and yellow colors in the fossil record.
Being similar to the major inorganic component of natural bone, the inorganic compound such as hydroxyapatite (HAp) or a calcium phosphate in a composite scaffold provides good osteoconductivity while the polymer provides the continuous structure and design flexibility to achieve the high porosity and high surface area, which are necessary for anchorage-dependent cells such as osteoblasts to survive and differentiate [1].
In this study, we prepared doped calcium phosphate through ionic substitution with [Sr.sup.2+] and [Mg.sup.2+] inclusions during the preparation process.
Objective: The purpose of this study was to review the current status of calcium phosphate (CaP) scaffolds combined with bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs) or mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) in the field of bone tissue engineering (BTE).