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Andreas Rathay

Entwicklung einer in-vitro Messmethode zur quantitativen Bestimmung der Zelladhäsion von Knochenzellen auf Implantatoberflächen

Universität Rostock, 2016

Abstract: To increase implant longevity in orthopaedic applications implants are being improved continuously e.g. by surface modification. A measuring device based on the spinning disc principle was developed to analyse cell adhesion forces of MG63 cells on different implant surface modifications. The assessed results of diverse surface modifications in comparison to the standard Ti4Al6V implant material correlate to in-vivo studies. Hence, this method helps to gain important data of surface modifications under development and reduce controversial animal studies.

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