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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : CDA / calcium-deficient apatite

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Long Form:   calcium-deficient apatite
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2013 A delivery system of linezolid to enhance the MRSA osteomyelitis prognosis: in vivo experimental assessment. BM, BO, MICs, MRSA
2011 Effect of fluoride-substituted apatite on in vivo bone formation. Cl, FAp
2010 Analgesic properties of calcium phosphate apatite loaded with bupivacaine on postoperative pain. BCP
2010 Development of bisphosphonates controlled delivery systems for bone implantation: influence of the formulation and process used on in vitro release. BPs
2009 Calcium phosphate-based particles influence osteogenic maturation of human mesenchymal stem cells. BCPs, hMSC
2009 Controlled release of bisphosphonate from a calcium phosphate biomaterial inhibits osteoclastic resorption in vitro. ---
2007 Calcium-deficient apatite synthesized by ammonia hydrolysis of dicalcium phosphate dihydrate: influence of temperature, time, and pressure. BCP, DCPD, FDM
2005 In vivo effect of fluoride-substituted apatite on rat bone. FAp
2004 In vitro response of osteoblast-like and odontoblast-like cells to unsubstituted and substituted apatites. ALP, BCP, beta-TCP, SEM
10  2003 Calcium-deficient apatite: a first in vivo study concerning bone ingrowth. BCP
11  2003 Compactibility study of calcium phosphate biomaterials. BCP
12  2001 Is there a chemical interaction between calcium phosphates and hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (HPMC) in organic/inorganic composites? BCP, HPMC
13  2000 Chemical transformation of some biologically relevant calcium phosphates in aqueous media during a steam sterilization. BCP
14  1999 Elaboration conditions influence physicochemical properties and in vivo bioactivity of macroporous biphasic calcium phosphate ceramics. BCP, beta-TCP, HA, MBCP1