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Biomolecule-assisted green synthesis of nanostructured calcium phosphates and their biomedical applications.
Qi C, et al. Chem Soc Rev 2019 - Review. PMID 31080987
Calcium phosphates (CaPs) are ubiquitous in nature and vertebrate bones and teeth, and have high biocompatibility and promising applications in various biomedical fields. Nanostructured calcium phosphates (NCaPs) are recognized as promising nanocarriers for drug/gene/protein delivery owing to their high specific surface area, pH-responsive degradability, high drug/gene/protein loading capacity and sustained release performance. ...
Calcium phosphates (CaPs) are ubiquitous in nature and vertebrate bones and teeth, and have high biocompatibility and promisin
In vitro degradation of calcium phosphates: Effect of multiscale porosity, textural properties and composition.
Diez-Escudero A, et al. Acta Biomater 2017. PMID 28739544
The capacity of calcium phosphates to be replaced by bone is tightly linked to their resorbability. However, the relative importance of some textural parameters on their degradation behavior is still unclear. ...STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE: The physicochemical features of calcium phosphates are crucial to tune biological events like resorption during bone remodeling. ...
The capacity of calcium phosphates to be replaced by bone is tightly linked to their resorbability. However, the relative impo …
Amorphous calcium (ortho)phosphates.
Dorozhkin SV. Acta Biomater 2010 - Review. PMID 20609395
Amorphous calcium phosphates (ACPs) represent a unique class of biomedically relevant calcium orthophosphate salts, having variable chemical but essentially identical glass-like physical properties, in which there is neither translational nor orientational long-range ordering of the atomic positions. ...All ACPs are thermodynamically unstable compounds and, unless stored in dry conditions or doped by stabilizers, spontaneously tend to transform to crystalline calcium orthophosphates, mainly to calcium apatites. ...
Amorphous calcium phosphates (ACPs) represent a unique class of biomedically relevant calcium orthophosphate salts, hav …
Interfacing DNA Oligonucleotides with Calcium Phosphate and Other Metal Phosphates.
Wang L, et al. Langmuir 2018. PMID 29228772
Calcium phosphate (CaP) has long been used for DNA delivery, although its fundamental interaction with DNA, especially with single-stranded DNA oligonucleotides, remains to be fully understood. ...
Calcium phosphate (CaP) has long been used for DNA delivery, although its fundamental interaction with DNA, especially with single-st
Biological and medical significance of calcium phosphates.
Dorozhkin SV and Epple M. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 2002 - Review. PMID 12207375
Similarly, dental caries and osteoporosis can be considered to be in vivo dissolution of calcium phosphates. On the other hand, because of the chemical similarity with biological calcified tissues, all calcium phosphates are remarkably biocompatible. ...For example, self-setting bone cements made of calcium phosphates are helpful in bone repair and titanium substitutes covered with a surface layer of calcium phosphates are used for hip-joint endoprostheses and tooth substitutes, to facilitate the growth of bone and thereby raise the mechanical stability. ...
Similarly, dental caries and osteoporosis can be considered to be in vivo dissolution of calcium phosphates. On the other hand …
Mechanical properties of experimental composites with different calcium phosphates fillers.
Okulus Z and Voelkel A. Mater Sci Eng C Mater Biol Appl 2017. PMID 28575945
Calcium phosphates (CaPs)-containing composites have already shown good properties from the point of view of dental restorative materials. ...
Calcium phosphates (CaPs)-containing composites have already shown good properties from the point of view of dental restorativ
Amorphous calcium phosphates: synthesis, properties and uses in biomaterials.
Combes C and Rey C. Acta Biomater 2010 - Review. PMID 20167295
This review paper on amorphous calcium phosphates (ACPs) provides an update on several aspects of these compounds which have led to many studies and some controversy since the 1970s, particularly because of the lack of irrefutable proof of the occurrence of an ACP phase in mineralised tissues of vertebrates. ...
This review paper on amorphous calcium phosphates (ACPs) provides an update on several aspects of these compounds which have l …
Ionic substitutions in calcium phosphates synthesized at low temperature.
Boanini E, et al. Acta Biomater 2010 - Review. PMID 20040384
This review provides an overview of the recent results achieved on ion-substituted calcium phosphates prepared at low temperature, i.e. by direct synthesis in aqueous medium or through hydrolysis of more soluble calcium phosphates. Particular attention is focused on several ions, including Si, Sr, Mg, Zn and Mn, which are attracting increasing interest for their possible biological role, and on the recent trends and developments in the applications of ion-substituted calcium phosphates in the biomedical field....
This review provides an overview of the recent results achieved on ion-substituted calcium phosphates prepared at low temperat …
Transformation of amorphous calcium phosphate to bone-like apatite.
Lotsari A, et al. Nat Commun 2018. PMID 30302020 Free PMC article.
Mineralisation of calcium phosphates in bone has been proposed to proceed via an initial amorphous precursor phase which transforms into nanocrystalline, carbonated hydroxyapatite. While calcium phosphates have been under intense investigation, the exact steps during the crystallisation of spherical amorphous particles to platelet-like bone apatite are unclear. ...
Mineralisation of calcium phosphates in bone has been proposed to proceed via an initial amorphous precursor phase which trans …
Deposition of calcium phosphate coatings using condensed phosphates (P2O7(4-) and P3O10(5-)) as phosphate source through induction heating.
Zhou H, et al. Mater Sci Eng C Mater Biol Appl 2016. PMID 27612721
In present work condensed phosphates (P2O7(4-) and P3O10(5-)) were used as phosphate source in induction heating to deposit calcium phosphate coatings. ...Results showed that P2O7(4-)formed calcium pyrophosphate hydrate coatings with interconnected cuboid-like particles. The as-deposited calcium tripolyphosphate hydrate coating with P3O10(5-) was mainly composed of flower-like particles assembled by plate-like crystals. ...
In present work condensed phosphates (P2O7(4-) and P3O10(5-)) were used as phosphate source in induction heating to deposit calciu
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