hydroxylapatite


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hydroxylapatite

[hī¦dräk·səl′ap·ə‚tīt]
(mineralogy)
Ca5(PO4)3OH A rare form of the apatite group that crystallizes in the hexagonal system.
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Audiometric outcomes of tympanoplasty with hydroxylapatite prosthesis: Consultant versus trainees.
1] protein using ammonium sulphate precipitation followed by hydroxylapatite column chromatography.
Histologic and clinical responses to porous hydroxylapatite implants in human periodontal defects.
They are present in the bones in the form of hydroxylapatite, at the proportion of 2:1 (Ca:P), and due to the statistical relationship of these minerals in the bones, the effect of the calcium metabolism relative to the bone absorption or resorption may alter the concentrations of P in the blood (Valk, et al.
Material like Autologous ossicles/cartilage, (11,12) Homograft ossicles/cartilage, (13,14) biomaterials like High density polyethylene sponge, (15) hydroxylapatite, (16) glass ionomer cement, (17) and titanium (18) have been used to reconstruct the damaged ossicular chain.
Liu "Adsorption of Cd(II) and Cu(II) from aqueous solution by carbonate hydroxylapatite derived from eggshell waste" Journal of Hazardous Materials 147: 534539 (2007).
It has been compounded with hydroxylapatite, an osteoconductive material that enhances bone apposition.
Complications of Injection Laryngoplasty Using Calcium Hydroxylapatite.
Hydroxylapatite ossicular replacement prostheses: A four year experience.
A fine needle injects tiny amounts of hyaluronic acid (or another fillet; like collagen, calcium hydroxylapatite, or polylactic acid) into deep lines on the face.
Radiesse is an injectable calcium hydroxylapatite gel.
Muscarinic receptors were purified to apparent homogeneity from a digitonin/cholate-extract of porcine brain by ABT agarose and hydroxylapatite chromatography.