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Bioactive bredigite coating with improved bonding strength, rapid apatite mineralization and excellent cytocompatibility

Yi, Deliang ; Wu, Chengtie ; Ma, Bing ; Ji, Heng ; Zheng, Xuebin ; Chang, Jiang

Journal of biomaterials applications, May 2014, Vol.28(9), pp.1343-53 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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    Bioactive bredigite coating with improved bonding strength, rapid apatite mineralization and excellent cytocompatibility
  • Autor: Yi, Deliang ; Wu, Chengtie ; Ma, Bing ; Ji, Heng ; Zheng, Xuebin ; Chang, Jiang
  • Assuntos: Plasma Spraying ; Bonding Strength ; Bone Marrow Stem Cells ; Bredigite Coating ; Simulated Body Fluid ; Coated Materials, Biocompatible ; Apatites -- Chemistry ; Asbestos, Amphibole -- Chemistry
  • É parte de: Journal of biomaterials applications, May 2014, Vol.28(9), pp.1343-53
  • Descrição: Previous studies have shown that bredigite (Ca7MgSi4O16) bioceramics possessed excellent biocompatibility, apatite-mineralization ability and mechanical properties. In this paper, the bredigite coating on Ti-6Al-4 V substrate was prepared by plasma spraying technique. The main compositions of the coating were bredigite crystal phase with small parts of amorphous phases. The bonding strength of the coating to Ti-6Al-4 V substrate reached 49.8 MPa, which was significantly higher than that of hydroxyapatite coating and other silicate-based bioceramic coatings prepared by same method. After immersed in simulated body fluid for 2 days, a distinct apatite layer was deposited on the surface of bredigite coating, indicating that the prepared bredigite coating has excellent apatite-mineralization ability. The prepared bredigite coating supported the attachment and proliferation of rabbit bone marrow stem cells. The proliferation level of bone marrow stem cells was significantly higher than that...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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