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Mechanical anisotropy of titanium scaffolds
The clinical performance of an implant, e.g. for the treatment of large bone defects, depends on the implant material, anchorage, surface topography and chemistry, but also on the mechanical properties, like the stiffness. ...
Saffron Flower Extract Promotes Scratch Wound Closure of Keratinocytes and Enhances VEGF Production
During saffron (Crocus sativus) spice production, large amounts of floral biowaste are generated. It was the aim of this study to develop a value-added product from saffron floral biowaste to be used as a natural cosmetic ...
Diagnosing peri-implant disease using the tongue as a 24/7 detector
Our ability of screening broad communities for clinically asymptomatic diseases critically drives population health. Sensory chewing gums are presented targeting the tongue as 24/7 detector allowing diagnosis by “anyone, ...
Fractal Aspects of Static and Dynamic Flow Properties of Pharmaceutical Excipients
Purpose Characterisation of powder flow is important for pharmaceutical processing and manufacturing. This work aims at a better understanding of how fractal particle and bulk properties affect the static and dynamic ...
Marker for the pre-clinical development of bone substitute materials
Thin mechanically stable Ti-cages have been developed for the in-vivo application as X-ray and histology markers for the optimized evaluation of pre-clinical performance of bone graft materials. A metallic frame defines ...