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Preliminary Studies On The Phenomenological Behaviour Of Osteoblasts Cultured On Hydroxyapatite Ceramics.

F. Bagambisa, U. Joos
Published 1990 · Materials Science, Medicine

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SEM was used to investigate the phenomenological behaviour of osteoblasts towards sintered hydroxyapatite. The osteoblasts were seeded on to porous and dense hydroxyapatite and cultured for 4 to 28 d. They attached and adhered on to the hydroxyapatite surfaces, proliferated and secreted extracellular matrix. No signs of toxicity embarrassment were apparent. It is argued that cell phenomenology seems to be a prerequisite to morphogenesis, and on this premise it is speculated that surface-reactive bone replacement materials owe their compatibility to the ability of their surfaces to interact favourably with the peptides involved in osteomorphogenesis and bone repair.
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