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Generation and characterization of novel magnetic field-responsive biomaterials.
(PloS One., 2015)
We report the preparation of novel magnetic field-responsive tissue substitutes based on biocompatible multi-domain magnetic particles dispersed in a fibrin–agarose biopolymer scaffold. We characterized our biomaterials ...
MatrigelBD, A Biocompatible Scaffold that Improves Gingival Mesenchymal Stem Cells Proliferation.
(Revista Internacional de Morfología., 2016)
MatrigelBD is a hydrogel scaffold with three-dimensional intercrossed networks of hydrophilic polymers with high water content. Human gingival tissue might represent a better source of MSCs, allowing these cells to be ...
Scanning electron microscopy and calcification in amelogenesis imperfecta in anterior and posterior human teeth.
(Histology and histopathology., 2001)
Teeth fragments from members of a family clinically and genetically diagnosed as having amelogenesis imperfecta were studied by scanning electron microscopy and X-ray microprobe analysis to establish the morphological ...
Acid-etching effects in hypomineralized amelogenesis imperfecta. A microscopic and microanalytical study.
(Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal., 2006)
Objectives: The purpose of this study was to use quantitative x-ray microprobe analysis with scanning electron microscopy to define the morphostructural and calcification patterns in the enamel of teeth with the hypomineralized ...
Mineralization of human premolar occlusal fissures. A quantitative histochemical microanalysis.
(Histology and histopathology., 2000)
The mechanisms of cariogenesis in occlusal fissures remain elusive because of limited information about fissure structure and wall mineralization. The purpose of the present study was to determine the correlation between ...