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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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These biocompatible TPE compounds offer a number of advantages to medical device applications including gamma and EtO sterilisability.
Extremely durable and long-lasting, our biocompatible ceramic components work in a variety of applications including: ceramic forming
The new patent covers the use of conjugates comprising any biocompatible entity and a light source, either fluorescent or bioluminescent.
MIVT will use the Biosync stent platform as the underlying bare-metal stent platform for its proprietary biocompatible polymer-free next generation drug-eluting stents.
CORTOSS is a high-strength, biocompatible, self-setting composite engineered specifically to mimic the strength characteristics of human cortical bone.
"These are the first flexible electronics that are at once highly conductive and stretchable, fully biocompatible, and able to be fabricated conveniently across size scales with micro-feature precision," says senior author Xingyu Jiang, a professor at the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology.
Taking UHPLC to a new level, Thermo Fisher Scientific's Vanquish UHPLC system addresses the needs of chromatographers performing state-of-the-art UHPLC within a single integrated, yet flexible and biocompatible, platform, while meeting the throughput demands of modern labs.
Lipidure-coat surfaces use MPC (2-methacryloyloxtethyl phosphorylcholine), a biocompatible synthetic polymer with the same structure as the phosphorylcholine polar bases that form cell membranes.
The insulin then brings the glucose levels under control and the gluconic acid and dextran are fully biocompatible and dissolve in the body.
patents, including the biocompatible polymer coating on Boston Scientific's Taxus drug-eluting cardiovascular stent, which as been implanted in millions of patients worldwide.
Kladakis et al have developed a biocompatible meniscal repair device.
Composed of polycarbonate, silicone, and poly-isoprene, the connector is made of biocompatible materials.