Reaction-Associated Resorbable Phosphate Materials: Production and Testing in Vitro
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The properties of reaction-associated calcium-phosphate materials obtained by pressing paste based on α-tricalcium phosphate with subsequent holding in different solutions are presented. The phase composition, solubility and mechanical characteristics of the materials obtained are studied and biological tests in vitro are performed.
Key wordshydrosilicate tricalcium phosphate reaction-associated materials strength cytotoxicity resorbability
This work was performed as part of the Special Federal Program “Scientific and scientific-pedagogical cadres of innovative Russia in 2009 – 2013” (measure 1.2.2, state contract No. 14.740.11.0277) and with the support of RFFI grants 10-03-00866, 11-03-12179-ofi-m-2011, 12-03-01025, 12-08-00681 and 11-08-01015a. The equipment used in this work was acquired using funds from the Development Program of Moscow University.
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