Glass ceramics with controllable pore structure for medicine
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The conditions for synthesis of porous biocomposite materials based on calcium phosphate for fabricating implants with prescribed pore-structure parameters, and the desired level of physical, chemical, and biological properties for clinical applications are determined. The role of a bimodal pore structure in the substrate materials for cell cultures is shown.
KeywordsFoam Porous Layer Glass Matrix Glass Ceramic Human Diploid Cell
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