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biocompatibility

[‚bī·ō·kəm‚pad·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(physiology)
The condition of being compatible with living tissue by virtue of a lack of toxicity or ability to cause immunological rejection.
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According to Najmeh Assadi, one of the researchers, the project has the potential to be commercialized because the coating has been carried out through the simple sol-gel method and it is a biocompatible coating.
Many implantable medical and dental devices will continue to be composed partially or completely of biocompatible metals.
The team starts with a polymer, derived from lactic acid molecules, that is both biocompatible and biodegradable.
With the announcement, Angiotech brings to its team an experienced group of STS scientists and managers with skills in biocompatible coatings that complement Angiotech's expertise in product development for next-generation drug-coated medical devices and surgical implants.
CORTOSS is a high-strength, biocompatible, self-setting composite engineered specifically to mimic the strength characteristics of human cortical bone.
LONDON, April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- US demand for biocompatible materials is forecast to grow 5.
Corrosion resistant and biocompatible materials open up new industrial fields of application
These repairs can be aided with biocompatible tissue implants.
04-0012-c0001 16 lots, the project strengthening the capacity of the plovdiv university for applied research equipment laboratories in biocompatible materials and molecular biosensors
Therefore, the main objective of this research was to produce biocompatible and antibacterial scaffolds from chitosan biologic polymer and the artificial and biocompatible polymer of polycaprolactone in form of porous nanofibrous coatings with high ability to take out filth and infection.
Three clear, biocompatible polycarbonates with improved flow were introduced for medical devices by GE Plastics, Pittsfield, Mass.
These consistently shaped and sized particles have proven safe and biocompatible, while allowing gradual tissue in-growth for a long-lasting augmentation effect.