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Effects of some commercial calamansi-containing beverages on the enamel surface

Kim EK, Park HR, Chung KY, Choi CH, Jeong SS

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of some commercial calamansicontaining beverages on the sound surface of bovine teeth as well as the dental erosion inhibitory...
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Evaluation and Management of Osteoporosis and Sarcopenia in Patients with Distal Radius Fractures

Shah GM, Gong HS, Chae YJ, Kim YS, Kim J, Baek GH

Distal radius fractures (DRFs) are one of the most common fractures seen in elderly people. Patients with DRFs have a high incidence of osteoporosis and an increased risk of subsequent...
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Three-dimensional Printed Mg-Doped b-TCP Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffolds: Effects of Magnesium Ion Concentration on Osteogenesis and Angiogenesis In Vitro

Gu Y, Zhang J, Zhang X, Liang G, Xu T, Niu W

BACKGROUND: Three-dimensional (3D) printed bone tissue engineering scaffolds have been widely used in research and clinical applications. β-TCP is a biomaterial commonly used in bone tissue engineering to treat bone...
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Overview of Urethral Reconstruction by Tissue Engineering: Current Strategies, Clinical Status and Future Direction

Rashidbenam Z, Jasman MH, Hafez P, Tan GH, Goh EH, Fam XI, Ho CC, Zainuddin , Rajan R, Mohd Nor F, Shuhaili M, Kosai NR, Imran FH, Ng MH

BACKGROUND: Urinary tract is subjected to a variety of disorders such as urethral stricture, which often develops as a result of scarring process. Urethral stricture can be treated by urethral...
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Preparation and Characterization of Nanocomposite Scaffolds (Collagen/β-TCP/SrO) for Bone Tissue Engineering

Goodarzi H, Hashemi-Najafabadi S, Baheiraei , Bagheri F

BACKGROUND: Nowadays, production of nanocomposite scaffolds based on natural biopolymer, bioceramic, and metal ions is a growing field of research due to the potential for bone tissue engineering applications. METHODS: In...
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Histological Method to Study the Effect of Shear Stress on Cell Proliferation and Tissue Morphology in a Bioreactor

Chabanon M, Duval H, Grenier J, Beauchesne C, Goyeau B, David B

BACKGROUND: Tissue engineering represents a promising approach for the production of bone substitutes. The use of perfusion bioreactors for the culture of bone-forming cells on a three-dimensional porous scaffold resolves...
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Marker Pen Device with Concentration Gradient Nib for Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing

Jung YG, Yun YR, Song SH, Park W

BACKGROUND: Pen-based devices have emerged as useful tools for measuring pH and glucose, and for fabricating microchannels and microarrays. Pen-based devices take advantage of flexible patterning, inexpensive costs, and small...
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A 4-Axis Technique for Three-Dimensional Printing of an Artificial Trachea

Park HS, Park HJ, Lee J, Kim P, Lee JS, Lee YJ, Seo YB, Kim DY, Ajiteru O, Lee OJ, Park CH

BACKGROUND: Several types of three-dimensional (3D)-printed tracheal scaffolds have been reported. Nonetheless, most of these studies concentrated only on application of the final product to an in vivo animal study...
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In Vivo Biocompatibility and Improved Compression Strength of Reinforced Keratin/Hydroxyapatite Scaffold

Fan J, Yu MY, Lei TD, Wang YH, Cao FY, Qin X, Liu Y

A rapid freezing/lyophilizing/reinforcing process is suggested to fabricate reinforced keratin/hydroxyapatite (HA) scaffold with improved mechanical property and biocompatibility for tissue engineering. The keratin, extracted from human hair, and HA mixture...
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Preparation of Drug Eluting Natural Composite Scaffold Using Response Surface Methodology and Artificial Neural Network Approach

Shera SS, Sahu S, Banik RM

Silk fibroin/xanthan composite was investigated as a suitable biomedical material for controlled drug delivery, and blending ratios of silk fibroin and xanthan were optimized by response surface methodology (RSM) and...
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The effect of root canal preparation on the surface roughness of WaveOne and WaveOne Gold files: atomic force microscopy study

Özyürek , Yılmaz K, Uslu G, Plotino G

OBJECTIVES: To examine the surface topography of intact WaveOne (WO; Dentsply Sirona Endodontics) and WaveOne Gold (WOG; Dentsply Sirona Endodontics) nickel-titanium rotary files and to evaluate the presence of alterations...
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Metal-ceramic bond strength between a feldspathic porcelain and a Co-Cr alloy fabricated with Direct Metal Laser Sintering technique

Dimitriadis K, Spyropoulos K, Papadopoulos T

PURPOSE: The aim of the present study was to record the metal-ceramic bond strength of a feldspathic dental porcelain and a Co-Cr alloy, using the Direct Metal Laser Sintering technique...
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Morphological Characteristic Regulation of Ligninolytic Enzyme Produced by Trametes polyzona

Lueangjaroenkit P, Teerapatsakul C, Chitradon

A newly isolated white rot fungal strain KU-RNW027 was identified as Trametes polyzona, based on an analysis of its morphological characteristics and phylogenetic data. Aeration and fungal morphology were important...
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Full Thickness Skin Expansion ex vivo in a Newly Developed Reactor and Evaluation of Auto-Grafting Efficiency of the Expanded Skin Using Yucatan Pig Model

Huh MI, Yi1 SJ, Lee KP, Kim HK, An SH, Kim DB, Ryu RH, Kim JS, Lim JO

BACKGROUND: Skin grafts are required in numerous clinical procedures, such as reconstruction after skin removal and correction of contracture or scarring after severe skin loss caused by burns, accidents, and...
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Influence of Water Infiltration and Flexural Strength Change with Glazing Treatment of Dental Porcelain

Lee JH, Lee CH, Song JH

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of water infiltration and flexural strength changes in dental porcelain with glazing treatment. The block specimens were prepared as experimental...
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Insights into the Therapeutic Potential of Heparinized Collagen Scaffolds Loading Human Umbilical Cord Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Nerve Growth Factor for the Repair of Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Injury

Pan Y, Jiao G, Yang J, Guo R, Li J, Wang C

Recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN) injury can result in unilateral or bilateral vocal cords paralysis, thereby causing a series of complications, such as hoarseness and dyspnea. However, the repair of RLN...
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Glucocorticoid-induced Osteoporosis

Jung JY, Suh CH

Osteoporosis is a common adverse event among patients on glucocorticoid therapy. Glucocorticoids reduce bone formation and increase cortical porosity in proportion to the dose and duration of glucocorticoid use. While...
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Probable Cases of Scurvy in Subadults Crania from Archaeological Sites, South Korea

Woo EJ, Jung H, Jeon CL

In this study, the skeletal abnormalities associated with scurvy in subadults crania from three archaeological skeletal collections (Nukdo, Imdang, Yeanri), South Korea was analyzed to examine the prevalence and distribution...
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Electrospun Collagen Nanofibers and Their Applications in Skin Tissue Engineering

Law JX, Liau LL, Saim A, Yang Y, Idrus R

Electrospinning is a simple and versatile technique to fabricate continuous fibers with diameter ranging from micrometers to a few nanometers. To date, the number of polymers that have been electrospun...
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Physicochemical characterization of porcine bone-derived grafting material and comparison with bovine xenografts for dental applications

Lee JH, Yi GS, Lee JW, Kim DJ

PURPOSE: The physicochemical properties of a xenograft are very important because they strongly influence the bone regeneration capabilities of the graft material. Even though porcine xenografts have many advantages, only...
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