This investigation was supported by the National Science Foundation of China (NO.31100678 and No. 50732002), Natural Science Foundation of Shanghai (No.11ZR1408200), Program for Changjiang Scholars, and Innovative Research Team in University and Program of Shanghai Leading Academic Discipline Project (No. B502).
Physicochemical Properties and Biocompatibility of White Dextrin Modified Injectable Calcium–Magnesium Phosphate Cement
Article first published online: 5 DEC 2011
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International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology
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Chen, F., Liu, C., Wei, J. and Chen, X. (2011), Physicochemical Properties and Biocompatibility of White Dextrin Modified Injectable Calcium–Magnesium Phosphate Cement. International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology. doi: 10.1111/j.1744-7402.2011.00705.x
- Article first published online: 5 DEC 2011
- National Science Foundation of China. Grant Number: 50732002
- Natural Science Foundation of Shanghai. Grant Number: 11ZR1408200
The objective of this study was to develop anti-washout and fast-setting calcium–magnesium phosphate cement (as-CMP) by introducing white dextrin (WD) and magnesium phosphate cement (MPC) to CPC. The results showed that WD imparted anti-washout to the as-CMP paste, whereas MPC simultaneously improved the paste anti-washout and fast-setting. The synergistic effect of MPC and WD obviously shortened the setting time of as-CMP. The WD did not affect the phase evolution and microstructure of the paste. Furthermore, all samples were biocompatible and as-CMP exhibited the best cell metabolic activity, cell attachment, and proliferation, which would provide basic data for the clinical application.