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*  Acta Biomaterialia
Topical coverage includes biomedical and biocompatible materials. Formats of publication include original research reports, ... Materials Society. The journal was established in January 2005. The editor-in-chief is W.R. Wagner (University of Pittsburgh). ... Chemical Abstracts Service EMBASE EMBiology Elsevier BIOBASE MEDLINE/PubMed Materials Science Citation Index Science Citation ...
*  AMSilk
"AMSilk Develops Spidersilk, a Biocompatible Material for Use in Cosmetic Formulations". cosmetics.specialchem.com. Retrieved ... "AMSilk Develops Spidersilk, a Biocompatible Material for Use in Cosmetic Formulations". cosmetics.specialchem.com. Retrieved ... The polymers are biocompatible and breathable. The company was founded in 2008 and has its headquarters at the IZB in Planegg ... AMSilk is an industrial biotechnology company with a proprietary production process for their silk materials. " ...
*  Self-assembled monolayer
In addition, gold is an inert and biocompatible material that is easy to acquire. It is also easy to pattern via lithography, a ... There has been considerable interest in use of SAMs for new materials e.g. via formation of two- or three-dimensional metal ... In the same regards the terminal group can be modified to add functionality so it can accept different materials or have ... The terminal group is then modified to attract a specific material like a particular nanoparticle, wire, ribbon, or other ...
*  Zhigang Suo
"Biocompatible Material is Tougher than Cartilage". Today's Medical Developments. September 13, 2012 "Scientists create neural ... soft materials, active materials, and lithium-ion batteries. With Teng Li, Suo co-founded iMechanica, the web of mechanics and ... Zhigang Suo (born June 15, 1963) is Allen E. and Marilyn M. Puckett Professor of Mechanics and Materials in the Harvard School ... His research centers on the mechanical behavior of materials and structures. Suo received a B.S. degree in solid mechanics from ...
*  Mechanical properties of biomaterials
The first requirement is that the material must be biocompatible; it means that the organism should not treat it as a foreign ... Secondly, the material should be biodegradable (for in-graft only); the material should harmlessly degrade or dissolve in the ... These force-bearing materials require high elastic modulus with low deflection. As the elastic modulus of material increases ... Thirdly, the material should be mechanically sound; for the replacement of load bearing structures, the material should possess ...
*  Mark E. Davis
His lab focuses on the synthesis of materials for catalysis and biocompatible materials for drug delivery. He did his doctoral ...
*  Bioglass
In contrast, M1 macrophages become activated when a non-biocompatible material is implanted, triggering an inflammatory ... Hu, S. "Study on antibacterial effect of 45S5 Bioglass". Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine. 20: 281-286. ... "If you can make a material that will survive exposure to high energy radiation can you make a material that will survive ... Although this material is known to be brittle, it is still used extensively to enhance the growth of bone since new forms of ...
*  2-Ethyl-2-oxazoline
This type of polymers are under investigation as readily water-soluble and biocompatible materials for biomedical applications ... 1115-1119, doi:10.1038/pj.2013.39 V.R. de la Rosa, "Poly(2-oxazoline)s as materials for biomedical applications", J. Mater. Sci ... The copolymers obtained can be used as biocompatible drug carriers, in coatings and adhesives, and in many other applications. ...
*  Institute of Solid State Physics (Bulgaria)
heded it since 1982 Laboratory of Biocompatible Materials (bad link, February 14, 2017) is a new and perspective subject. ... Theory, Material Sciences, Nanophysics, Micro- and Acousto-electronics, Low Temperature Physics, Soft Matter Physics, Laser, ...
*  Thoratec
... a proprietary biocompatible material that minimizes blood clotting and inflammation. The material is currently[when?] used in ... Ratner, Buddy D.; Hoffman, Allan S.; Schoen, Frederick J.; Lemons, Jack E. Biomaterials Science: An Introduction to Materials ...
*  Coronary stent
Substantial improvements have been made, including the use of more biocompatible materials, anti-inflammatory drug-eluting ... In development are stents with biocompatible surface coatings which do not elute drugs, and also absorbable stents (metal or ...
*  Maximum Absorbency Garment
Jan W. Gooch (23 August 2010). Biocompatible Polymeric Materials and Tourniquets for Wounds. Springer. p. 35. ISBN 978-1-4419- ... The adult-sized diaper with extra absorption material is used because astronauts cannot remove their space suits during long ...
*  Adjustable gastric band
Gastric bands are made entirely of biocompatible materials, so they are able to stay in the patient's body without causing harm ... An allergic reaction to materials contained in the band or who have exhibited a pain intolerance to implanted devices ... an important ancillary observation was that silicone was identified as the best tolerated material for a gastric device, with ... implanting non-adjustable gastric bands made from a variety of different materials, including marlex mesh, dacron vascular ...
*  SU-8 photoresist
It is also one of the most biocompatible materials known and is often used in bio-MEMS for life science applications. SU-8 is ... Materials Science and Engineering: C. 33 (7): 4453-4459. doi:10.1016/j.msec.2013.07.001. S. Arscott "SU-8 as a material for lab ... SU-8: Thick Photo-Resist for MEMS A webpage with a lot of material data and process tricks. SU-8 Forum Microchem data sheet SU ... Microchem, SU-8 50 material safety sheet, 2001 (12 December) A. Campo del and C. Greiner, "SU-8: a photoresist for high-aspect- ...
*  Atomic layer deposition
Chen, Hong; Yuan, Lin; Song, Wei; Wu, Shongkui; Li, Dan (2008). "Biocompatible Polymer Materials: Role of Protein-surface ... The ability to deposit single layers of material allows for a great deal of control over the material. Except for some issues ... 2008). "Nanoporous Materials for Biomedical Devices". Biological Materials Science. 60 (3): 26-32. Yasaka, Miho (2010). "X-ray ... A material interacts with the environment at its surface, so the surface properties largely direct the interactions of the ...
*  Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology
... biocompatible materials, materials and image modeling, and technology risk evaluation. In 2001, Empa's priorities are oriented ... For most of the period since its foundation in 1880, it concentrated on classical materials testing. Since the late 1980s it ... In 1895, the name ″Federal Materials Testing Institute" is first used, the German acronym for which is Empa. In 1937, the Swiss ... In 2004 yet another nano lab sees the light of day at the Dübendorf site: "Nanoscale Materials Science", focusing on developing ...
*  Ocular prosthesis
Development in polymer chemistry has allowed introduction of newer biocompatible material such as porous polyethylene (PP) to ... Although various materials have been used to make nonintegrated implants in the past, polymethyl methacrylate is one of the ... The material is firm but malleable and allows direct suturing of muscles to implant without wrapping or extra steps. ... It has a hemispherical form and a diameter of just over 2.5 cm (1 inch). It consists of very light material, probably bitumen ...
*  Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Relevant for future non-metallic robots, for environmentally friendly materials, biocompatible materials, new generation ... Smart Materials: lightweight nanocomposites, intelligent biocompatible surfaces, interface living systems/inorganic systems, ... and the material science know-how existing at the Institute. The new strategic plan 2009-2011 aims at consolidating the ... to develop smart materials with biomimetic characteristics, to investigate the interaction between artificial nanosystems and ...
*  Biological engineering
It is used in the design of medical devices, diagnostic equipment, biocompatible materials, renewable bioenergy, ecological ... Although engineered biological systems have been used to manipulate information, construct materials, process chemicals, ... and materials properties. According to Professor Doug Lauffenburger of MIT, biological engineering (like biotechnology) has a ... in which the structures and functions of living organisms can be used as models for the design and engineering of materials and ...
*  Biocompatibility
Biocompatible material Biomaterial Medical device ISO 10993 Medical implant Medical grade silicone Bovine submaxillary mucin ... Much of the pre-clinical testing of the materials is not conducted on the devices but rather the material itself. But at some ... is biocompatible. These tests do not determine the biocompatibility of a material, but they constitute an important step ... All these definitions deal with materials and not with devices. This is a drawback since many medical devices are made of more ...
*  Glycopolymer
They have high potential in targeted drug delivery, tissue engineering and synthesis of bio-compatible materials. The first ... Engineered Carbohydrate-Based Materials for Biomedical Applications. 2011: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1-118. V. Horoejsí, O. ...
*  Dental surgery
... artificial covering of a tooth made from a variety of biocompatible materials, including CMC/PMC (ceramic/porcelain metal ... is removed by entering through the gingiva and surgically extracting the diseased material. Prosthodontics (dental prosthetics ...
*  Apicoectomy
... procedure whereby a tooth's root tip is removed and a root end cavity is prepared and filled with a biocompatible material. ... Failure is often due to leakage, and therefore any materials used to seal the end of the root must provide a good seal. It is ... It has proven very popular as a root-end filling material and has shown generally high success rates. MTA produces a high pH ... Studies generally focus on one material or method of treatment compared to another, so it can be difficult to obtain any good ...
*  Lip augmentation
... along with biocompatible materials commonly used in other medical applications for years, became available to surgeons for use ... Fat transfer can last longer than other injected materials but can have lumping or scarring effects. The length of time a fat ... No risk of allergy exists but the results are very temporary because the body quickly absorbs the material. Collagen requires ... Some of the first widely used lip augmentation substances were: Autologen, an injectable dermal material made from the ...
*  Eckhard Alt
... of Coronary-Artery Stents in Acute Biodegradable coating with inhibitory properties for application to biocompatible materials ...