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Porous titanium scaffolds produced by powder metallurgy for biomedical applications
Porous titanium scaffolds are promising materials for biomedical applications such as prosthetic anchors, fillers and bone reconstruction. This study evaluated the bone/titanium interface of scaffolds with interconnected ...
Titanium scaffold osteogenesis in healthy and osteoporotic rats is improved by the use of low-level laser therapy (GaAlAs)
The present study aimed to assess the effects of low-level laser therapy (GaAlAs) on the bone repair process within titanium scaffolds in the femurs of healthy and osteoporotic rats. Fifty-six rats were divided into four ...
Porous titanium for biomedical applications: An experimental study on rabbits
(Medicina Oral S L, 2010-03-01)
Objective: The aim of this study was to carry out an in vivo assessment of bone ingrowth in two different types of porous titanium -the first being completely porous, and the second with a porous surface and dense nucleus, ...
Nanoconfined 2LiBH4eMgH2eTiCl3 in carbon aerogel scaffold for reversible hydrogen storage
Nanoconfinement of 2LiBH4–MgH2–TiCl3 in resorcinol–formaldehyde carbon aerogel scaffold (RF–CAS) for reversible hydrogen storage applications is proposed. RF–CAS is encapsulated with approximately 1.6 wt. % TiCl3 by solution ...
Bone Formation Following Implantation of Titanium Sponge Rods into Humeral Osteotomies in Dogs: A Histological and Histometrical Study
(WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, INC, 2010)
Background: Titanium (Ti) is widely proven to enhance bone contact and growth on its surface. It is expected that bone defects could benefit from Ti to promote healing and to increase strength of the implanted area. Purpose: ...
Functionalization Of Ti6al4v Scaffolds Produced By Direct Metal Laser For Biomedical Applications
(ELSEVIER SCI LTDOXFORD, 2015)
Polyvinyl alcohol associated with carbon nanotube scaffolds for osteogenic differentiation of rat bone mesenchymal stem cells
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science LtdOxford, 2012)
2LiBH4–MgH2–0.13TiCl4 confined in nanoporous structure of carbon aerogel scaffold for reversible hydrogen storage
(Elsevier Science, 2014-02)
The investigations based on kinetic improvement and reaction mechanisms during melt infiltration, dehydrogenation, and rehydrogenation of nanoconfined 2LiBH4-MgH2-0.13TiCl4 in carbon aerogel scaffold (CAS) are proposed. ...