Publication detail

Polyphosphates as an alternative for growth factors: Improving cytocompatibility of hybrid nanocomposites for lateral lumbar spinal fusion

DORAZILOVÁ, J. BRTNÍKOVÁ, J. SEDLÁČEK, R. SUCHÝ, T. TRUNEC, M. ŠŤASTNÝ, P. RAMPICHOVÁ, M. LUKÁŠOVÁ, V. KRTIČKA, M. GÖPFERT, E. FALDYNA, M. ŠŤEPÁNKOVÁ, V. VOJTOVÁ, L.

Original Title

Polyphosphates as an alternative for growth factors: Improving cytocompatibility of hybrid nanocomposites for lateral lumbar spinal fusion

English Title

Polyphosphates as an alternative for growth factors: Improving cytocompatibility of hybrid nanocomposites for lateral lumbar spinal fusion

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

In the proposed work, novel biomimetic hybrid biodegradable porous implant based on the mixture of inorganic calcium phosphates and organic proteins including growth factors were developed. Effectivity of replacing growth factors with inexpensive alternative of inorganic polyphosphates was discussed.

English abstract

In the proposed work, novel biomimetic hybrid biodegradable porous implant based on the mixture of inorganic calcium phosphates and organic proteins including growth factors were developed. Effectivity of replacing growth factors with inexpensive alternative of inorganic polyphosphates was discussed.

Keywords

spinal fusion, biodegradable, implant, growth factor, polyphosphate

Released

09.09.2019

Location

Dresden

Pages from

1208

Pages to

1209

Pages count

2

BibTex


@misc{BUT159316,
  author="Jana {Dorazilová} and Jana {Brtníková} and Radek {Sedláček} and Tomáš {Suchý} and Martin {Trunec} and Přemysl {Šťastný} and Michala {Rampichová} and Věra {Lukášová} and Milan {Krtička} and Eduard {Göpfert} and Martin {Faldyna} and Veronika {Štěpánková} and Lucy {Vojtová}",
  title="Polyphosphates as an alternative for growth factors: Improving cytocompatibility of hybrid nanocomposites for lateral lumbar spinal fusion",
  annote="In the proposed work, novel biomimetic hybrid biodegradable porous implant based on the mixture of inorganic calcium phosphates and organic proteins including growth factors were developed. Effectivity of replacing growth factors with inexpensive alternative of inorganic polyphosphates was discussed.",
  booktitle="30th Annual Conference of the European Society for Biomaterials. ESB 2019 Abstract Booklet",
  chapter="159316",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2019",
  month="september",
  pages="1208--1209",
  type="abstract"
}