Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials

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Edited By: Jeremy L. Gilbert

Impact Factor: 3.189

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 15/33 (Materials Science Biomaterials); 19/77 (Engineering Biomedical)

Online ISSN: 1552-4981

Associated Title(s): Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A

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  • The biological response to orthopaedic implants for joint replacement: Part I: Metals

    The biological response to orthopaedic implants for joint replacement: Part I: Metals

    (A) Hip resurfacing arthroplasty and (B) total hip arthroplasty with a metal head and metal acetabular liner are types of metal-on-metal articulations in total joint arthroplasty.

  • Alpha plus beta annealed and aged Ti-15 Mo alloy for high strength implant applications

    Alpha plus beta annealed and aged Ti‐15 Mo alloy for high strength implant applications

    Fatigue failure artifact locations. 1 = around nail fixture; 2 = head element; and 3 = fixture constraint through oblique hole.

  • Efficient penetration of ceric ammonium nitrate oxidant-stabilized gamma-maghemite nanoparticles through the oval and round windows into the rat inner ear as demonstrated by MRI

    Efficient penetration of ceric ammonium nitrate oxidant‐stabilized gamma‐maghemite nanoparticles through the oval and round windows into the rat inner ear as demonstrated by MRI

    Impact of a magnet at 7.0 T on the stability of the CAN- γ -Fe2O3 NP suspension. Either the parent (1) or 40-fold diluted NP suspension in ddH2O (2) was store for more than one month (A). The parent suspension was stored at 4°C in the refrigerator and the diluted suspension was stored at room temperature. After magnetization (B), the parent NP suspension (3) remained unchanged. Pre-mag: before magnet treatment; Post-mag: after magnet treatment.

  • Grafted Vitamin-E UHMWPE may increase the durability of posterior stabilized and constrained condylar total knee replacements

    Grafted Vitamin‐E UHMWPE may increase the durability of posterior stabilized and constrained condylar total knee replacements

    Examples of PS, CCK, and uniretrieved (CPE) and tested components.

  • Bone engineering in dog mandible: Coculturing mesenchymal stem cells with endothelial progenitor cells in a composite scaffold containing vascular endothelial growth factor

    Bone engineering in dog mandible: Coculturing mesenchymal stem cells with endothelial progenitor cells in a composite scaffold containing vascular endothelial growth factor

    Alizarin red staining. Deposition of mineralized matrix after 3 weeks of culture in osteogenic medium is a characteristic of MSC.

  • Physico-chemical and in vitro cellular properties of different calcium phosphate-bioactive glass composite chitosan-collagen (CaP@ChiCol) for bone scaffolds

    Physico‐chemical and in vitro cellular properties of different calcium phosphate‐bioactive glass composite chitosan‐collagen (CaP@ChiCol) for bone scaffolds

    SEM images of as-prepared and after forming cylindrical shapes of CaPBG@ChiCol composite scaffolds. HABG@ChiCol (a and d), TCPBG@ChiCol (b and e), (c and f) BCPBG@ChiCol, respectively.

  • The biological response to orthopaedic implants for joint replacement: Part I: Metals
  • Alpha plus beta annealed and aged Ti‐15 Mo alloy for high strength implant applications
  • Efficient penetration of ceric ammonium nitrate oxidant‐stabilized gamma‐maghemite nanoparticles through the oval and round windows into the rat inner ear as demonstrated by MRI
  • Grafted Vitamin‐E UHMWPE may increase the durability of posterior stabilized and constrained condylar total knee replacements
  • Bone engineering in dog mandible: Coculturing mesenchymal stem cells with endothelial progenitor cells in a composite scaffold containing vascular endothelial growth factor
  • Physico‐chemical and in vitro cellular properties of different calcium phosphate‐bioactive glass composite chitosan‐collagen (CaP@ChiCol) for bone scaffolds

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Bone tissue engineering with a collagen–hydroxyapatite scaffold and culture expanded bone marrow stromal cells
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