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  1. Materials and extracellular matrix rigidity highlighted in tissue damages and diseases: Implication for biomaterials design and therapeutic targets
  2. Photocatalytic effect-assisted antimicrobial activities of acrylic resin incorporating zinc oxide nanoflakes
  3. Recent advances in drug delivery systems for glaucoma treatment
  4. Characterization of Physical and Biological Properties of a Caries-Arresting Liquid Containing Copper Doped Bioglass Nanoparticles
  5. Hyperelastic, shape‐memorable, and ultra‐cell‐adhesive degradable polycaprolactone‐polyurethane copolymer for tissue regeneration
  6. Improvement of Biological Effects of Root-Filling Materials for Primary Teeth by Incorporating Sodium Iodide
  7. Investigating the Effects of Conditioned Media from Stem Cells of Human Exfoliated Deciduous Teeth on Dental Pulp Stem Cells
  8. Investigating the mechanophysical and biological characteristics of therapeutic dental cement incorporating copper doped bioglass nanoparticles
  9. An alginate-based encapsulation system for delivery of therapeutic cells to the CNS
  10. Controlled Delivery of Pan-PAD-Inhibitor Cl-Amidine Using Poly(3-Hydroxybutyrate) Microspheres
  11. A Study on Myogenesis by Regulation of Reactive Oxygen Species and Cytotoxic Activity by Selenium Nanoparticles
  12. Poly-ε-Caprolactone/Fibrin-Alginate Scaffold: A New Pro-Angiogenic Composite Biomaterial for the Treatment of Bone Defects
  13. Dual actions of osteoclastic-inhibition and osteogenic-stimulation through strontium-releasing bioactive nanoscale cement imply biomaterial-enabled osteoporosis therapy
  14. Effect of root canal irrigant (sodium hypochlorite & saline) delivery at different temperatures and durations on pre-load and cyclic-loading surface-strain of anatomically different premolars
  15. Selenium Nanoparticles as Candidates for Antibacterial Substitutes and Supplements against Multidrug-Resistant Bacteria
  16. Antibacterial effect of titanium dioxide-doped phosphate glass microspheres filled total-etch dental adhesive on S. mutans biofilm
  17. Therapeutic tissue regenerative nanohybrids self-assembled from bioactive inorganic core / chitosan shell nanounits
  18. Biological Potential of Polyethylene Glycol (PEG)-Functionalized Graphene Quantum Dots in In Vitro Neural Stem/Progenitor Cells
  19. Utilization of GelMA with phosphate glass fibers for glial cell alignment
  20. Mussel Inspired Chemistry and Bacteria Derived Polymers for Oral Mucosal Adhesion and Drug Delivery
  21. Digital image correlation in dental materials and related research: A review
  22. Antibacterial Composite Materials Based on the Combination of Polyhydroxyalkanoates With Selenium and Strontium Co-substituted Hydroxyapatite for Bone Regeneration
  23. Materials roles for promoting angiogenesis in tissue regeneration
  24. Calcium Silicate-Based Biocompatible Light-Curable Dental Material for Dental Pulpal Complex
  25. The Effect of Selenium Nanoparticles on the Osteogenic Differentiation of MC3T3-E1 Cells
  26. Grapefruit Seed Extract as a Natural Derived Antibacterial Substance against Multidrug-Resistant Bacteria
  27. Cell morphology as a design parameter in the bioengineering of cell–biomaterial surface interactions
  28. Three dimensional porous scaffolds derived from collagen, elastin and fibrin proteins orchestrate adipose tissue regeneration
  29. Nanotherapeutics for regeneration of degenerated tissue infected by bacteria through the multiple delivery of bioactive ions and growth factor with antibacterial/angiogenic and osteogenic/odontogenic capacity
  30. Emerging biogenesis technologies of extracellular vesicles for tissue regenerative therapeutics
  31. Pro-angiogenic and osteogenic composite scaffolds of fibrin, alginate and calcium phosphate for bone tissue engineering
  32. Comparative study of photoinitiators for the synthesis and 3D printing of a light-curable, degradable polymer for custom-fit hard tissue implants
  33. Chemical Modification of Bacterial Cellulose for the Development of an Antibacterial Wound Dressing
  34. Physical Properties and Biofunctionalities of Bioactive Root Canal Sealers In Vitro
  35. Enhancing Distraction Osteogenesis With Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polyether Ether Ketone Bone Pins and a Three-Dimensional Printed Transfer Device to Permit Artifact-Free Three-Dimensional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  36. Mechanophysical and biological properties of a 3D-printed titanium alloy for dental applications
  37. Modulation of neuronal cell affinity of composite scaffolds based on polyhydroxyalkanoates and bioactive glasses
  38. Molecularly Imprinted Polymers and Electrospinning: Manufacturing Convergence for Next‐Level Applications
  39. Mesoporous Strontium-Doped Phosphate-Based Sol-Gel Glasses for Biomedical Applications
  40. Label-Free Fluorescent Mesoporous Bioglass for Drug Delivery, Optical Triple-Mode Imaging, and Photothermal/Photodynamic Synergistic Cancer Therapy
  41. Advanced biocomposites of poly(glycerol sebacate) and β-tricalcium phosphate by in situ microwave synthesis for bioapplication
  42. Viscoelastic and chemical properties of dentine after different exposure times to sodium hypochlorite, ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid and calcium hydroxide
  43. Mesoporous Phosphate-Based Glasses Prepared via Sol–Gel
  44. The protein corona determines the cytotoxicity of nanodiamonds: implications of corona formation and its remodelling on nanodiamond applications in biomedical imaging and drug delivery
  45. 3D culture technologies of cancer stem cells: promising ex vivo tumor models
  46. Targeting with nanoparticles for the therapeutic treatment of brain diseases
  47. Enhanced efficacy in drug-resistant cancer cells through synergistic nanoparticle mediated delivery of cisplatin and decitabine
  48. Nano-graphene oxide/polyurethane nanofibers: mechanically flexible and myogenic stimulating matrix for skeletal tissue engineering
  49. Hierarchical microchanneled scaffolds modulate multiple tissue-regenerative processes of immune-responses, angiogenesis, and stem cell homing
  50. Characterisation of osteogenic and vascular responses of hMSCs to Ti-Co doped phosphate glass microspheres using a microfluidic perfusion platform
  51. Development of Bis-GMA-free biopolymer to avoid estrogenicity
  52. Effect of sodium hypochlorite on adhesive charactersitics of dentin: A systematic review of laboratory-based testing
  53. SIS/aligned fibre scaffold designed to meet layered oesophageal tissue complexity and properties
  54. Combined Effects of Nanoroughness and Ions Produced by Electrodeposition of Mesoporous Bioglass Nanoparticle for Bone Regeneration
  55. Antibacterial Copper-Doped Calcium Phosphate Glasses for Bone Tissue Regeneration
  56. Synthesis, Characterization, and 3D Printing of an Isosorbide-Based, Light-Curable, Degradable Polymer for Potential Application in Maxillofacial Reconstruction
  57. Biological impact of nanodiamond particles – label free, high-resolution methods for nanotoxicity assessment
  58. Effect of Heated Sodium Hypochlorite on the Viscoelastic Properties of Dentin Evaluated Using Dynamic Mechanical Analysis
  59. The effect of NaOCl and heat treatment on static and dynamic mechanical properties and chemical changes of dentine
  60. Unidirectional neuronal cell growth and differentiation on aligned polyhydroxyalkanoate blend microfibres with varying diameters
  61. Glass microparticle‐ versus microsphere‐filled experimental dental adhesives
  62. Assessing behaviour of osteoblastic cells in dynamic culture conditions using titanium-doped phosphate glass microcarriers
  63. Differential chondro- and osteo-stimulation in three-dimensional porous scaffolds with different topological surfaces provides a design strategy for biphasic osteochondral engineering
  64. A parameterised mathematical model to elucidate osteoblast cell growth in a phosphate-glass microcarrier culture
  65. Advances in nanoparticle development for improved therapeutics delivery: nanoscale topographical aspect
  66. Angiogenesis-promoted bone repair with silicate-shelled hydrogel fiber scaffolds
  67. Dual-ion delivery for synergistic angiogenesis and bactericidal capacity with silica-based microsphere
  68. Longitudinal changes in measles antibody titers in plasma donors and minimum antibody levels of immunoglobulin products for treatment of primary immunodeficiency
  69. Biosynthesis and characterization of a novel, biocompatible medium chain length polyhydroxyalkanoate by Pseudomonas mendocina CH50 using coconut oil as the carbon source
  70. Three-dimensional Printing in Maxillofacial Surgery: Hype versus Reality
  71. Auditory disorders and future therapies with delivery systems
  72. Digital Image Correlation and Strain Gauges to Map and Compare Strain in Teeth with Different Quantity and Quality of Remaining Tooth Structure
  73. Investigations into in situ Enterococcus faecalis biofilm removal by passive and active sodium hypochlorite irrigation delivered into the lateral canal of a simulated root canal model
  74. Zinc and strontium based phosphate glass beads: a novel material for bone tissue engineering
  75. Drug Delivery Strategies for Platinum-Based Chemotherapy
  76. Electrohydrodynamic fabrication of core–shell PLGA nanoparticles with controlled release of cisplatin for enhanced cancer treatment
  77. Tailoring degree of esterification and branching of poly(glycerol sebacate) by energy efficient microwave irradiation
  78. A novel experimental approach to investigate the effect of different agitation methods using sodium hypochlorite as an irrigant on the rate of bacterial biofilm removal from the wall of a simulated root canal model
  79. Nanotechnology in dentistry: prevention, diagnosis, and therapy
  80. Titanium phosphate glass microcarriers induce enhanced osteogenic cell proliferation and human mesenchymal stem cell protein expression
  81. Sol–Gel Synthesis and Electrospraying of Biodegradable (P 2 O 5 ) 55 –(CaO) 30 –(Na 2 O) 15 Glass Nanospheres as a Transient Contrast Agent for Ultrasound Stem Cell Imaging
  82. Novel sol–gel preparation of (P2O5)0.4–(CaO)0.25–(Na2O)X–(TiO2)(0.35−X) bioresorbable glasses (X = 0.05, 0.1, and 0.15)
  83. Tissue engineering in dentistry
  84. Optical and photocatalytic behaviours of nanoparticles in the Ti–Zn–O binary system
  85. Therapeutic foam scaffolds incorporating biopolymer-shelled mesoporous nanospheres with growth factors
  86. Synthesis of highly elastic biocompatible polyurethanes based on bio-based isosorbide and poly(tetramethylene glycol) and their properties
  87. A tyrosine-rich amelogenin peptide promotes neovasculogenesis in vitro and ex vivo
  88. Tailoring solubility and drug release from electrophoretic deposited chitosan–gelatin films on titanium
  89. Multifunctional Hybrid Nanocarrier: Magnetic CNTs Ensheathed with Mesoporous Silica for Drug Delivery and Imaging System
  90. Biological performance of titania containing phosphate-based glasses for bone tissue engineering applications
  91. Utilizing Core–Shell Fibrous Collagen-Alginate Hydrogel Cell Delivery System for Bone Tissue Engineering
  92. Calcium hydroxide nanoparticles for the conservation of cultural heritage: new formulations for the deacidification of cellulose-based artifacts
  93. Structural Investigations of Titanium Metaphosphate Glasses by Ambient and High-Temperature X-Ray Diffraction Techniques
  94. Effect of cavity design on tooth surface strain
  95. Silk fibroin–polyurethane blends: Physical properties and effect of silk fibroin content on viscoelasticity, biocompatibility and myoblast differentiation
  96. Novel Poly(3-hydroxyoctanoate)/Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) blends for medical applications
  97. Hydroxyapatite, fluor-hydroxyapatite and fluorapatite produced via the sol–gel method: dissolution behaviour and biological properties after crystallisation
  98. Characterisation of phosphate coacervates for potential biomedical applications
  99. Gelatin-apatite bone mimetic co-precipitates incorporated within biopolymer matrix to improve mechanical and biological properties useful for hard tissue repair
  100. Development of a novel smart scaffold for human skeletal muscle regeneration
  101. Preparation of in situ hardening composite microcarriers: Calcium phosphate cement combined with alginate for bone regeneration
  102. Hydroxyapatite, fluor-hydroxyapatite and fluorapatite produced via the sol–gel method: Bonding to titanium and scanning electron microscopy
  103. Development, characterisation and biocompatibility testing of a cobalt-containing titanium phosphate-based glass for engineering of vascularized hard tissues
  104. Application of high-strength biodegradable polyurethanes containing different ratios of biobased isomannide and poly (ϵ-caprolactone) diol
  105. Naturally and synthetic smart composite biomaterials for tissue regeneration
  106. Collagen — Emerging collagen based therapies hit the patient
  107. High strength re-mineralizing, antibacterial dental composites with reactive calcium phosphates
  108. Bone formation controlled by biologically relevant inorganic ions: Role and controlled delivery from phosphate-based glasses
  109. Effects of magnesium content on the physical, chemical and degradation properties in a MgO−CaO−Na2O−P2O5 glass system
  110. Biochemical changes caused by decellularization may compromise mechanical integrity of tracheal scaffolds
  111. Hydroxyapatite, fluor-hydroxyapatite and fluorapatite produced via the sol–gel method. Optimisation, characterisation and rheology
  112. A novel method of forming micro- and macroporous monetite cements
  113. Mesoporous silica tubular nanocarriers for the delivery of therapeutic molecules
  114. Back matter
  115. Effects of enamel matrix proteins on multi-lineage differentiation of periodontal ligament cells in vitro
  116. Catalyst-free synthesis of high elongation degradable polyurethanes containing varying ratios of isosorbide and polycaprolactone: physical properties and biocompatibility
  117. Erratum to: Comparison of mesenchymal stem cell proliferation and differentiation between biomimetic and electrochemical coatings on different topographic surfaces
  118. Titanium phosphate glass microspheres for bone tissue engineering
  119. Sequential identification of a degradable phosphate glass scaffold for skeletal muscle regeneration
  120. Comparison of mesenchymal stem cell proliferation and differentiation between biomimetic and electrochemical coatings on different topographic surfaces
  121. Phosphate glass fibres promote neurite outgrowth and early regeneration in a peripheral nerve injury model
  122. Rapid hydrothermal flow synthesis and characterisation of carbonate- and silicate-substituted calcium phosphates
  123. TiO2-doped phosphate glass microcarriers: A stable bioactive substrate for expansion of adherent mammalian cells
  124. Synthesis of elastic biodegradable polyesters of ethylene glycol and butylene glycol from sebacic acid
  125. Preparation and characterisation of porous silica and silica/titania monoliths for potential use in bone replacement
  126. Differential Effect of Amelogenin Peptides on Osteogenic Differentiation In Vitro : Identification of Possible New Drugs for Bone Repair and Regeneration
  127. Novel Biodegradable and Biocompatible Poly(3-hydroxyoctanoate)/Bacterial Cellulose Composites
  128. Synthesis and biocompatibility properties of polyester containing various diacid based on isosorbide
  129. Effects of phosphate glass fiber–collagen scaffolds on functional recovery of completely transected rat spinal cords
  130. Phase stability and rapid consolidation of hydroxyapatite–zirconia nano-coprecipitates made using continuous hydrothermal flow synthesis
  131. Biocompatible magnetite nanoparticles with varying silica-coating layer for use in biomedicine: Physicochemical and magnetic properties, and cellular compatibility
  132. Titanium-containing bioactive phosphate glasses
  133. Structural characterization of titanium-doped Bioglass using isotopic substitution neutron diffraction
  134. Structural characterization and physical properties of P2O5–CaO–Na2O–TiO2 glasses by Fourier transform infrared, Raman and solid-state magic angle spinning nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopies
  135. Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) production by Bacillus cereus SPV using sugarcane molasses as the main carbon source
  136. Sol–gel produced sodium calcium phosphosilicates for bioactive applications: Synthesis and structural characterisation
  137. Carbon Nanotubes in Nanocomposites and Hybrids with Hydroxyapatite for Bone Replacements
  138. Biocompatible, Smooth, Plasma-Treated Nickel–Titanium Surface – An Adequate Platform for Cell Growth
  139. Effects of TiO2-containing phosphate glasses on solubility and in vitro biocompatibility
  140. The homopolymer poly(3-hydroxyoctanoate) as a matrix material for soft tissue engineering
  141. Controlled Delivery of Gentamicin Using Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) Microspheres
  142. In situ variable temperature X-ray diffraction studies on the transformations of nano-precursors to La–Ni–O phases
  143. Reactive calcium-phosphate-containing poly(ester-co-ether) methacrylate bone adhesives: setting, degradation and drug release considerations
  144. Poly-3-hydroxyoctanoate P(3HO), a Medium Chain Length Polyhydroxyalkanoate Homopolymer from Pseudomonas mendocina
  145. Biocompatibility of magnesium phosphate minerals and their stability under physiological conditions
  146. Positive Charge-doping on Carbon Nanotube Walls and Anion-directed Tunable Dispersion of the Derivatives
  147. Study of the adhesion of Staphylococcus aureus to coated glass substrates
  148. A review of the structure of human and bovine dental hard tissues and their physicochemical behaviour in relation to erosive challenge and remineralisation
  149. Magnesium incorporation into hydroxyapatite
  150. Novel phosphate glasses with different amounts of TiO2 for biomedical applications
  151. High-strength nanograined and translucent hydroxyapatite monoliths via continuous hydrothermal synthesis and optimized spark plasma sintering
  152. Development of Conical Soluble Phosphate Glass Fibers for Directional Tissue Growth
  153. A procedure for identifying stem cell compartments with multi-lineage differentiation potential
  154. Sol–Gel Phosphate-based Glass for Drug Delivery Applications
  155. The Influence of Tetracycline Loading on the Surface Morphology and Biocompatibility of Films Made from P(3HB) Microspheres
  156. Tailoring Cell Behavior on Polymers by the Incorporation of Titanium Doped Phosphate Glass Filler
  157. Multi-functional P(3HB) microsphere/45S5 Bioglass®-based composite scaffolds for bone tissue engineering
  158. Chemical, modulus and cell attachment studies of reactive calcium phosphate filler-containing fast photo-curing, surface-degrading, polymeric bone adhesives
  159. The effect of zinc and titanium on the structure of calcium–sodium phosphate based glass
  160. An elastomeric patch derived from poly(glycerol sebacate) for delivery of embryonic stem cells to the heart
  161. Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) multifunctional composite scaffolds for tissue engineering applications
  162. Titanium and Strontium-doped Phosphate Glasses as Vehicles for Strontium Ion Delivery to Cells
  163. Functionalized Poly(D,L-lactide) for Pulmonary Epithelial Cell Culture
  164. Microporous collagen spheres produced via thermally induced phase separation for tissue regeneration
  165. The effect of irrigation time, root morphology and dentine thickness on tooth surface strain when using 5% sodium hypochlorite and 17% EDTA
  166. Reactive calcium-phosphate-containing poly(ester-co-ether) methacrylate bone adhesives: Chemical, mechanical and biological considerations
  167. Characterization of carbon nanotube (MWCNT) containing P(3HB)/bioactive glass composites for tissue engineering applications
  168. Physical properties and MAS-NMR studies of titanium phosphate-based glasses
  169. A comparative study of the structure of sodium borophosphates made by sol–gel and melt-quench methods
  170. In vitro antibacterial efficacy of tetracycline hydrochloride adsorbed onto Bio-Oss® bone graft
  171. Probing the calcium and sodium local environment in bones and teeth using multinuclear solid state NMR and X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  172. Impaired bacterial attachment to light activated Ni–Ti alloy
  173. The effect of sodium hypochlorite and ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid irrigation, individually and in alternation, on tooth surface strain
  174. In Vitro Biocompatibility and Mechanical Performance of Titanium Doped High Calcium Oxide Metaphosphate-Based Glasses
  175. Fabrication of a novel poly(3-hydroxyoctanoate) ∕ nanoscale bioactive glass composite film with potential as a multifunctional wound dressing
  176. In vitro studies on the influence of surface modification of Ni–Ti alloy on human bone cells
  177. High-Throughput Continuous Hydrothermal Synthesis of an Entire Nanoceramic Phase Diagram
  178. Synthesis and characterization of doped nano-sized ceria–zirconia solid solutions
  179. Photocatalytic activities of N-doped nano-titanias and titanium nitride
  180. Effect of nanoparticulate bioactive glass particles on bioactivity and cytocompatibility of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate) composites
  181. Assessment of Polymer/Bioactive Glass-Composite Microporous Spheres for Tissue Regeneration Applications
  182. Chemical characterization of a degradable polymeric bone adhesive containing hydrolysable fillers and interpretation of anomalous mechanical properties
  183. Editorial
  184. Doping of a high calcium oxide metaphosphate glass with titanium dioxide
  185. Controlled delivery of antimicrobial gallium ions from phosphate-based glasses
  186. The development and testing of glaze materials for application to the fit surface of dental ceramic restorations
  187. Retention of mechanical properties and cytocompatibility of a phosphate-based glass fiber/polylactic acid composite
  188. Identification of phases in partially crystallised Ti-, Sr- and Zn-containing sodium calcium phosphates by two-dimensional NMR
  189. Ion release characteristics, precipitate formation and sealing ability of a phosphate glass–polycaprolactone-based composite for use as a root canal obturation material
  190. Structural characterization by x-ray methods of novel antimicrobial gallium-doped phosphate-based glasses
  191. Preparation, structural characterisation and antibacterial properties of Ga-doped sol–gel phosphate-based glass
  192. Flexural strength, fatigue life, and stress-induced phase transformation study of Y-TZP dental ceramic
  193. Strontium oxide doped quaternary glasses: effect on structure, degradation and cytocompatibility
  194. Sol–gel synthesis and structural characterisation of P2O5–B2O3–Na2O glasses for biomedical applications
  195. Bioactive functional materials: a perspective on phosphate-based glasses
  196. Biocompatibility and other properties of phosphate-based glasses for medical applications
  197. Iron-phosphate glass fiber scaffolds for the hard-soft interface regeneration: The effect of fiber diameter and flow culture condition on cell survival and differentiation
  198. A study of the formation of amorphous calcium phosphate and hydroxyapatite on melt quenched Bioglass® using surface sensitive shallow angle X-ray diffraction
  199. Degradation properties and ion release characteristics of Resilon®and phosphate glass/polycaprolactone composites
  200. An X-ray absorption spectroscopy study of the local environment of iron in degradable iron–phosphate glasses
  201. Effect of surface treatment on the bioactivity of nickel–titanium
  202. Control of surface free energy in titanium doped phosphate based glasses by co‐doping with zinc
  203. A high-energy X-ray diffraction, 31P and 11B solid-state NMR study of the structure of aged sodium borophosphate glasses
  204. Structure and properties of strontium-doped phosphate-based glasses
  205. Collagen release kinetics of surface functionalized 45S5 Bioglass®-based porous scaffolds
  206. Nanomechanical evaluation of nickel-titanium surface properties after alkali and electrochemical treatments
  207. Incorporation of vitamin E in poly(3hydroxybutyrate)/Bioglass composite films: effect on surface properties and cell attachment
  208. Assessment of antimicrobial microspheres as a prospective novel treatment targeted towards the repair of perianal fistulae
  209. Weight loss, ion release and initial mechanical properties of a binary calcium phosphate glass fibre/PCL composite
  210. Formation of functional phosphosilicate gels from phytic acid and tetraethyl orthosilicate
  211. Biomimetic Approach to Dental Implants
  212. Dense collagen matrix accelerates osteogenic differentiation and rescues the apoptotic response to MMP inhibition
  213. The effect of composition on the structure of sodium borophosphate glasses
  214. Effect of Silver-Doped Phosphate-Based Glasses on Bacterial Biofilm Growth
  215. Nanofibrous Glass Tailored with Apatite-Fibronectin Interface for Bone Cell Stimulation
  216. Effect of increasing titanium dioxide content on bulk and surface properties of phosphate-based glasses
  217. Quantification of crystalline phases and measurement of phosphate chain lengths in a mixed phase sample by 31P refocused INADEQUATE MAS NMR
  218. Comparison of nanoscale and microscale bioactive glass on the properties of P(3HB)/Bioglass® composites
  219. Antimicrobial Gallium‐Doped Phosphate‐Based Glasses
  220. Novel fabrication techniques to produce microspheres by thermally induced phase separation for tissue engineering and drug delivery
  221. Fatigue and fracture properties of yttria partially stabilized zirconia crown systems
  222. Structural Characteristics of Antibacterial Bioresorbable Phosphate Glass
  223. Sol–gel synthesis and structural characterisation of binary TiO2–P2O5 glasses
  224. Surface preparation of bioactive Ni–Ti alloy using alkali, thermal treatments and spark oxidation
  225. Chemical, Corrosion and Topographical Analysis of Stainless Steel Implants after Different Implantation Periods
  226. Effect of Cell Density on Osteoblastic Differentiation and Matrix Degradation of Biomimetic Dense Collagen Scaffolds
  227. Synthesis and characterisation of magnesium substituted calcium phosphate bioceramic nanoparticles made via continuous hydrothermal flow synthesis
  228. Ti K-edge XANES study of the local environment of titanium in bioresorbable TiO2–CaO–Na2O–P2O5 glasses
  229. Processing, characterisation, and biocompatibility of zinc modified metaphosphate based glasses for biomedical applications
  230. A Facile Synthesis Route to Prepare Microtubes from Phosphate Glass Fibres
  231. Sol–gel preparation and high-energy XRD study of (CaO)x(TiO2)0.5−x(P2O5)0.5 glasses (x = 0 and 0.25)
  232. Effect of Silver Content on the Structure and Antibacterial Activity of Silver-Doped Phosphate-Based Glasses
  233. The structure and properties of silver-doped phosphate-based glasses
  234. The biaxial flexural strength and fatigue property of Lava™ Y-TZP dental ceramic
  235. Physical and biocompatibility studies of novel titanium dioxide doped phosphate-based glasses for bone tissue engineering applications
  236. In vitro bioactivity and gene expression by cells cultured on titanium dioxide doped phosphate-based glasses
  237. Effect of ternary phosphate-based glass compositions on osteoblast and osteoblast-like proliferation, differentiation and death in vitro
  238. Brushite Cements from Polyphosphoric Acid, Calcium Phosphate Systems
  239. A structural study of sol–gel and melt-quenched phosphate-based glasses
  240. Synthesis and structural characterization of P2O5–CaO–Na2O sol–gel materials
  241. Effect of Water Storage and Surface Treatments on the Tensile Bond Strength of IPS Empress 2 Ceramic
  242. Zinc-containing phosphate-based glasses for tissue engineering
  243. New sol–gel synthesis of a (CaO)0.3(Na2O)0.2(P2O5)0.5 bioresorbable glass and its structural characterisation
  244. Polylactic acid–phosphate glass composite foams as scaffolds for bone tissue engineering
  245. Controlled Microchannelling in Dense Collagen Scaffolds by Soluble Phosphate Glass Fibers
  246. Investigation of silica-iron-phosphate glasses for tissue engineering
  247. The nucleation and crystallization of fine grained leucite glass-ceramics for dental applications
  248. Initial responses of human osteoblasts to sol–gel modified titanium with hydroxyapatite and titania composition
  249. Production and Potential of Bioactive Glass Nanofibers as a Next-Generation Biomaterial
  250. X-ray absorption spectroscopy and high-energy XRD study of the local environment of copper in antibacterial copper-releasing degradable phosphate glasses
  251. Surface characterisation of various bone cements prepared with functionalised methacrylates/bioactive ceramics in relation to HOB behaviour
  252. Use of multiple unconfined compression for control of collagen gel scaffold density and mechanical properties
  253. Antimicrobial effect of silver-doped phosphate-based glasses
  254. Electrospinning biomedical nanocomposite fibers of hydroxyapatite/poly(lactic acid) for bone regeneration
  255. Soluble phosphate glass fibres for repair of bone-ligament interface
  256. The crystallization of an aluminosilicate glass in the KO–AlO–SiO system
  257. Effect of iron on the surface, degradation and ion release properties of phosphate-based glass fibres
  258. Effect of fluoridation of hydroxyapatite in hydroxyapatite-polycaprolactone composites on osteoblast activity
  259. Quantification of Anion and Cation Release from a Range of Ternary Phosphate-based Glasses with Fixed 45 mol% P2O5
  260. British Society for Matrix Biology Autumn Meeting 
Joint with the UK Tissue & Cell Engineering Society, University of Bristol, UK
  261. Characterisation of antibacterial copper releasing degradable phosphate glass fibres
  262. Effect of glass composition on the degradation properties and ion release characteristics of phosphate glass—polycaprolactone composites
  263. Cement from magnesium substituted hydroxyapatite
  264. Craniofacial muscle engineering using a 3-dimensional phosphate glass fibre construct
  265. Effects of Ca-Containing Phosphate Glasses on T Lymphocytes In Vitro
  266. Effects of Ca-Containing Phosphate Glasses on T Lymphocytes In Vitro
  267. Hydroxyapatite porous scaffold engineered with biological polymer hybrid coating for antibiotic Vancomycin release
  268. Mechanical performance and osteoblast-like cell responses of fluorine-substituted hydroxyapatite and zirconia dense composite
  269. Water-soluble polyacetals derived from diphenols
  270. Sol–gel synthesis of the P2O5–CaO–Na2O–SiO2 system as a novel bioresorbable glass
  271. A biomedical library of serinol-derived polyesters
  272. Degradation and drug release of phosphate glass/polycaprolactone biological composites for hard-tissue regeneration
  273. Sol-gel-modified titanium with hydroxyapatite thin films and effect on osteoblast-like cell responses
  274. Porous scaffolds of gelatin-hydroxyapatite nanocomposites obtained by biomimetic approach: Characterization and antibiotic drug release
  275. Improvement of Hydroxyapatite Sol-Gel Coating on Titanium with Ammonium Hydroxide Addition
  276. Calcium phosphates and glass composite coatings on zirconia for enhanced biocompatibility
  277. Fluor-hydroxyapatite sol–gel coating on titanium substrate for hard tissue implants
  278. Processing, characterisation and biocompatibility of iron-phosphate glass fibres for tissue engineering
  279. The effect of hot pressing on the physical properties of glass reinforced hydroxyapatite
  280. Soluble phosphate glasses: in vitro studies using human cells of hard and soft tissue origin
  281. Hydroxyapatite/poly(ε-caprolactone) composite coatings on hydroxyapatite porous bone scaffold for drug delivery
  282. Dynamic shrinkage behavior of hydroxyapatite and glass-reinforced hydroxyapatites
  283. Phosphate glasses for tissue engineering: Part 1. Processing and characterisation of a ternary-based P2O5–CaO–Na2O glass system
  284. Phosphate glasses for tissue engineering: Part 2. Processing and characterisation of a ternary-based P2O5–CaO–Na2O glass fibre system
  285. Hydroxyapatite and gelatin composite foams processed via novel freeze-drying and crosslinking for use as temporary hard tissue scaffolds
  286. Hydroxyapatite and titania sol-gel composite coatings on titanium for hard tissue implants; Mechanical andin vitro biological performance
  287. Hydroxyapatite and fluor-hydroxyapatite layered film on titanium processed by a sol-gel route for hard-tissue implants
  288. Bioactive Porous Bone Scaffold Coated with Biphasic Calcium Phosphates
  289. In vitro ageing of brushite calcium phosphate cement
  290. The effect of increasing copper content in phosphate-based glasses on biofilms of Streptococcus sanguis
  291. An in vitro study of the compressive load at fracture of Procera AllCeram crowns with varying thickness of veneer porcelain
  292. Phosphate based glasses for biomedical applications
  293. The Effect of Sodium Hypochlorite Irrigant Concentration on Tooth Surface Strain
  294. The effect of veneering and heat treatment on the flexural strength of Empress® 2 ceramics
  295. Interlaboratory validation of oxidation-index measurement methods for UHMWPE after long-term shelf aging
  296. Investigation of the solubility and ion release in the glass system K2O–Na2O–CaO–P2O5
  297. Glass reinforced hydroxyapatite for hard tissue surgery—Part 1: mechanical properties
  298. Glass reinforced hydroxyapatite for hard tissue surgery—Part II: in vitro evaluation of bone cell growth and function
  299. Adsorption and release studies of sodium ampicillin from hydroxyapatite and glass-reinforced hydroxyapatite composites
  300. Retroviral transduction of alveolar bone cells with a temperature-sensitive SV40 large T antigen
  301. Effects of ultrasound on the growth and function of bone and periodontal ligament cells in vitro
  302. Investigation of thermal parameters and crytallisation in a ternary CaO–Na2O–P2O5-based glass system
  303. Effect of sodium hypochlorite on mechanical properties of dentine and tooth surface strain
  304. Effect of exposing dentine to sodium hypochlorite and calcium hydroxide on its flexural strength and elastic modulus
  305. Flexural strength optimisation of a leucite reinforced glass ceramic
  306. Structural insights of glass-reinforced hydroxyapatite composites by Rietveld refinement
  307. Characterisation of the rheological properties and zeta potential of a range of hydroxyapatite powders
  308. Direct and indirect effects of P2O5 glass reinforced-hydroxyapatite composites on the growth and function of osteoblast-like cells
  309. Flow cytometry analysis of the effects of pre-immersion on the biocompatibility of glass-reinforced hydroxyapatite plasma-sprayed coatings
  310. Flow cytometry analysis of effects of glass on response of osteosarcoma cells to plasma-sprayed hydroxyapatite/CaO-P2O5 coatings
  311. The biaxial flexural strength of two pressable ceramic systems
  312. Flow cytometry for assessing biocompatibility
  313. Analysis ofin vitro reaction layers formed on Bioglass� using thin-film X-ray diffraction and ATR-FTIR microspectroscopy
  314. Glass-reinforced hydroxyapatite: A comprehensive study of the effect of glass composition on the crystallography of the composite
  315. Effect of heat treatment on pulsed laser deposited amorphous calcium phosphate coatings
  316. Characterization of apatite layer formation on P2O5-CaO, P2O5-CaO-Na2O, and P2O5-CaO-Na2O-Al2O3 glass hydroxyapatite composites
  317. Sintering effects in a glass reinforced hydroxyapatite
  318. Structural changes of thermally sprayed hydroxyapatite investigated by Rietveld analysis
  319. Liquid phase sintering of hydroxyapatite by phosphate and silicate glass additions: structure and properties of the composites
  320. Microstructural characterization of glass-reinforced hydroxyapatite composites
  321. Development of a glass reinforced hydroxyapatite with enhanced mechanical properties. The effect of glass composition on mechanical properties and its relationship to phase changes
  322. Development of a degradable composite for orthopaedic use: mechanical evaluation of an hydroxyapatite-polyhydroxybutyrate composite material
  323. In vitro and in vivo investigation of a range of phosphate glass-reinforced polyhydroxybutyrate-based degradable composites
  324. In vitro degradation of a polyhydroxybutyrate/polyhydroxyvalerate copolymer
  325. Development of a degradable composite for orthopaedic use: in vivo biomechanical and histological evaluation of two bioactive degradable composites based on the polyhydroxybutyrate polymer
  326. In vitro degradation of a PHB/PHV copolymer and a new technique fop monitoring early surface changes
  327. A simple device for the production of an experimental fracture in the rat femur
  328. Piezoelectric characteristics of a polyhydroxybutyrate-based composite
  329. Simple computer controlled goniophotometer for the measurement of early stage changes in biodegradable polymers