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||Materials Science & Technology 2020
||Next Generation Biomaterials
||Bioceramics in the Ca2P2O7 – Mg2P2O7 System with a Tailored Architecture for Bioimplantation
||Gilyana Kazakova, Tatiana Safronova, Tatiana Shatalova, Vladimir Zaitsev, Irina Selezneva
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Reconstructive surgery and orthopedics need a new generation material for bone replacement and grafting with a personalized architecture. This study aim is to develop resorbable bioceramics in the Ca2P2O7 – Mg2P2O7 system with a tailored pore space architecture. Substitution of calcium phosphates ceramic with alternative cations, such as magnesium, coupled with condensed phosphate ions plays a significant role in the bone remodeling process, affecting the early-stage of bone regeneration through stimulating osteogenic differentiation, prohibiting osteoclastic activity, and transforming into mechanically enhanced hydroxyapatite bone tissues. Osteoconductivity of the implants and sufficient strength are also achieved by obtaining a macroporous material with a specific architecture, in which pores are connected. For these bioceramics, the composition of suspension for DLP-printing is revealed, rheological, mechanical and toxicological tests are carried out and in vivo study is done. RFBR partially supported this study under Grant No. 19-38-90274, 18-29-11079, 20-03-00550.
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