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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 ...
Influence of microarchitecture on osteoconduction and mechanics of porous titanium scaffolds generated by selective laser melting
Bone regeneration is naturally based on bone forming cells, osteoinduction by diverse growth factors, and osteoconduction. The latter one used as term in this study is the ingrowth of bone in 3D structures, which leads ...
Osteoconductive Lattice Microarchitecture for Optimized Bone Regeneration
Selective laser melting (SLM) is one methodology to realize additive manufacturing and is mainly used to join metal powder in a layer-by-layer manner to produce a solid three-dimensional (3D) object. For bone tissue ...
Lattice Microarchitecture for Bone Tissue Engineering from Calcium Phosphate Compared to Titanium.
Additive manufacturing of bone tissue engineering scaffolds will become a key element for personalized bone tissue engineering in the near future. Several additive manufacturing processes are based on extrusion where the ...