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Bioactive Nano Hydroxyapatites for Orbital Floor Repair and Regeneration. / Talari, Abdullah; Rehman, Ihtesham Ur; Alhamoudi, Fahad et al.

In: Journal of Nanomedicine, Vol. 4, No. 1, 1038, 17.05.2021.

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Talari A, Rehman IU, Alhamoudi F, Almoshawah Y, Reilly GC, Chaudhry AA. Bioactive Nano Hydroxyapatites for Orbital Floor Repair and Regeneration. Journal of Nanomedicine. 2021 May 17;4(1):1038. Epub 2021 May 17.

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Talari, Abdullah ; Rehman, Ihtesham Ur ; Alhamoudi, Fahad et al. / Bioactive Nano Hydroxyapatites for Orbital Floor Repair and Regeneration. In: Journal of Nanomedicine. 2021 ; Vol. 4, No. 1.

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abstract = "Bioactive nano-hydroxyapatites have been synthesised for orbital floor repair and regeneration. Hydroxyapatite (HA) is widely used for bone repair and regeneration. It is composed of multiple anionic and cationic species, such ascarbonate, fluoride, phosphate, sodium, magnesium, silicon and citrate. However, the development of bioactive materials that can repair and regenerate bone is crucial for orbital floor fracture repair. Different ionic-substituted hydroxyapatites that included carbonate, fluoride and citrate were prepared by using a low-temperature hydrothermal flow process and their chemical and physical properties evaluated. Biological properties were evaluated by analysing cell viability of these synthesised materials by Alamar Blue cell metabolic activity assay with two different cell lines (MG63 and HTERT-BMSC{\textquoteright}s). Results confirmed that ionic substitution with fluoride and citrate improved biocompatibility andcell viability of synthesised hydroxyapatites.",
author = "Abdullah Talari and Rehman, {Ihtesham Ur} and Fahad Alhamoudi and Yasser Almoshawah and G.C. Reilly and Chaudhry, {Aqif Anwar}",
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AU - Talari, Abdullah

AU - Rehman, Ihtesham Ur

AU - Alhamoudi, Fahad

AU - Almoshawah, Yasser

AU - Reilly, G.C.

AU - Chaudhry, Aqif Anwar

PY - 2021/5/17

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AB - Bioactive nano-hydroxyapatites have been synthesised for orbital floor repair and regeneration. Hydroxyapatite (HA) is widely used for bone repair and regeneration. It is composed of multiple anionic and cationic species, such ascarbonate, fluoride, phosphate, sodium, magnesium, silicon and citrate. However, the development of bioactive materials that can repair and regenerate bone is crucial for orbital floor fracture repair. Different ionic-substituted hydroxyapatites that included carbonate, fluoride and citrate were prepared by using a low-temperature hydrothermal flow process and their chemical and physical properties evaluated. Biological properties were evaluated by analysing cell viability of these synthesised materials by Alamar Blue cell metabolic activity assay with two different cell lines (MG63 and HTERT-BMSC’s). Results confirmed that ionic substitution with fluoride and citrate improved biocompatibility andcell viability of synthesised hydroxyapatites.

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VL - 4

JO - Journal of Nanomedicine

JF - Journal of Nanomedicine

SN - 2578-8760

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