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81. Polymerization Shrinkage And Stress Development In Bioactive Urethane Acrylic Resin Composites
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 1/1/2006
Authors: Joseph M Antonucci, Tonya Icenogle, W F Regnault, D W. Liu, J N O'Donnell, Drago Skrtic
http://www.nist.gov/manuscript-publication-search.cfm?pub_id=853987

82. Predicting Failure in Mammalian Enamel
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 1/16/2009
Authors: Brian Ronald Lawn, James J. Lee, Paul Constantino, Peter Lucas
Abstract: Dentition is a vital element of human and animal function, yet there is little fundamental knowledge about how tooth enamel endures under stringent oral conditions. This paper describes a novel approach to the issue. Model glass dome specimens fabr ...
http://www.nist.gov/manuscript-publication-search.cfm?pub_id=853565

83. Preparation and Properties of Nanoparticles of Calcium Phosphates with Various Ca/P Ratios
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 7/1/2010
Authors: Limin Sun, Laurence Chung Lung Chow, Stanislav A. Frukhtbeyn, John E Bonevich
Abstract: This study aimed at preparing and studying the properties of nanoparticles of calcium phosphate (nCaP) with Ca/P ratios ranging from 1.0 to 1.67 using a spray-drying technique. Micro-structural analyses results suggested that the nCaPs with Ca/P ra ...
http://www.nist.gov/manuscript-publication-search.cfm?pub_id=900938

84. Protein and Solvent Dynamics: How Strongly Are They Coupled?
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 1/1/2004
Authors: G Caliskan, D Mechtani, J H Roh, A Kisliuk, Alexei Sokolov, S Azzam, Marcus T Cicerone, Sheng Lin-Gibson, I Peral
Abstract: Analysis of Raman spectra of protein lysozyme demonstrates that its dynamics follow well the dynamics of solvents glycerol and trehalose. The protein s fast conformational fluctuations and low-frequency vibrations and their temperature variations are ...
http://www.nist.gov/manuscript-publication-search.cfm?pub_id=852249

85. Quantification of Inflammatory Cellular Responses Using Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 5/1/2004
Authors: L A Bailey, N. R. Washburn, Carl George Simon Jr, E S Chan, Francis W Wang
Abstract: : The introduction of tissue engineering approaches for the repair and replacement of human body components extends the application and importance of synthetic materials (biomaterials). Implanted biomaterials frequently evoke inflammatory responses, ...
http://www.nist.gov/manuscript-publication-search.cfm?pub_id=852171

86. Relative Rigidity of Cell-Substrate Affects Hepatic and Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cell Migration
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 12/3/2012
Authors: Martin Y Chiang, Hongbing Wang, Li Zhong, Qiaoyan Tan, Gurinder K Singh, Song Li, Li Yang, Yanzi Yangben
Abstract: Polyacrylamide gels with different stiffness and glass were employed as substrates to investigate how substrate stiffness affects the cellular stiffness of adherent hepatocellular carcinoma (HCCLM3) and hepatic (L02) cells. The interaction of how cel ...
http://www.nist.gov/manuscript-publication-search.cfm?pub_id=910699

87. Saponins: A sustainable surfactant. From its microwave-assisted extraction to the synthesis of monodisperse latices
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 1/21/2014
Authors: Charlene Schnitt, Bruno Grassl, Julien C. Gigault, Vincent A Hackley, Gaetane Lespes, Jacques Desbrieres, Virginie Pellerin, Stephanie Reynaud
Abstract: Synthetic surfactants are widely used in emulsion polymerization, but it is increasingly desirable to replace them with naturally derived molecules with a reduced environmental burden. This study demonstrates the use of saponins as sustainable an ...
http://www.nist.gov/manuscript-publication-search.cfm?pub_id=914452

88. Synthesis, characterization and evaluation of novel, anti-bacterial monomers for dental and biomedical applications
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 8/16/2009
Authors: Joseph M Antonucci, Bruce Owen Fowler, Diana N. Zeiger, Nancy J Lin, Sheng Lin-Gibson
Abstract: Although progress has been made in reducing polymerization shrinkage through resin and filler phase modifications, and in designing improved dental adhesion systems, composite fillings still fail clinically because of bacterial infiltration and secon ...
http://www.nist.gov/manuscript-publication-search.cfm?pub_id=901947

89. THE ROLE OF TOOTH ENAMEL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES IN PRIMATE DIETARY ADAPTATION
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 6/27/2012
Authors: Paul Constantino, James J. Lee, Yvonne Beatrice Gerbig, Adam Hartstone-Rose, Mauricio Talebi, Brian Ronald Lawn, Peter Lucas
Abstract: Primate teeth adapt to the physical properties of foods in a variety of ways including changes in occlusal morphology, enamel thickness, and overall size. We conducted a comparative study of extant primates to examine whether their teeth also adap ...
http://www.nist.gov/manuscript-publication-search.cfm?pub_id=907407

90. The Use of MALDI-TOF MS and 1H NMR as Complimentary Methods for Confirming Composition and Purity of Hydrogel Prepolymers
Topic: Biomaterials
Published: 1/1/2004
Author: Sheng Lin-Gibson
http://www.nist.gov/manuscript-publication-search.cfm?pub_id=853949



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