Browsing by Subject "degradation"

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  • Zorn, Holger; Langhoff, Sabine; Scheibner, Manuela; Nimtz, Manfred; Berger, Ralf Günter (Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 2003-07)
    Extracellular liquid of the edible fungus Lepista irina was found to effectively degrade beta,beta-carotene. beta-Ionone, beta-cyclocitral, dihydroactinidiolide, and 2-hydroxy-2,6,6-trimethylcyclohexanone were formed as ...
  • Wendt, Hanna; Hillmer, Anja; Reimers, Kerstin; Kuhbier, Jörn W.; Schaefer-Nolte, Franziska; Allmeling, Christina; Kasper, Cornelia; Vogt, Peter M. (San Francisco : Public Library Science, 2011-07-26)
    Background: In the field of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery the development of new innovative matrices for skin repair is in urgent need. The ideal biomaterial should promote attachment, proliferation and growth of cells. ...
  • Weizbauer, Andreas; Modrejewski, Christian; Behrens, Sabine; Klein, Helmut; Helmecke, Patrick; Seitz, Jan-Marten; Windhagen, Henning; Möhwald, Kai; Reifenrath, Janin; Waizy, Hazibullah (London : SAGE Publications Ltd., 2014)
    In this in vitro study, magnesium plates of ZEK100 and MgCa0.8 alloy similar to common titanium alloy osteosynthesis plates were investigated as degradable biomedical materials with a focus on primary stability. Immersion ...
  • Matena, Julia; Petersen, Svea; Gieseke, Matthias; Teske, Michael; Beyerbach, Martin; Kampmann, Andreas; Escobar, Hugo Murua; Gellrich, Nils-Claudius; Haferkamp, Heinz; Nolte, Ingo (Basel : MDPI AG, 2015)
    Degradable implant material for bone remodeling that corresponds to the physiological stability of bone has still not been developed. Promising degradable materials with good mechanical properties are magnesium and magnesium ...
  • Poehnert, Daniel; Abbas, Mahmoud; Maegel, Lavinia; Sambale, Franziska; Lavrentieva, Antonina; Kreipe, Hans-Heinrich; Klempnauer, Jürgen; Winny, Markus (London : SAGE Publications Ltd., 2015)
    Purpose To evaluate in vitro cytotoxicity/biocompatibility as well as in vivo tolerability of the novel polysaccharide 4DryField® PH, certified for haemostasis and adhesion prevention. Methods In vitro cytotoxicity/viability ...
  • Evertz, F.; Hauser, Hansjörg; Müller, P.P.; Kietzmann, Manfred; Maier, Hans Jürgen; Glasmacher, Birgit (Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 2013-09-07)
    To investigate different magnesium alloys as a biodegradable material for implants it is necessary to understand the degradation process in the biological environment. The following study shows interactions of pure magnesium ...
  • Roth, Isabelle; Schumacher, Stephan; Basler, Tina; Baumert, Kathrin; Seitz, Jan-Marten; Evertz, Florian; Mueller, Peter Paul; Baeumer, Wolfgang; Kietzmann, Manfred (Heidelberg : Springer Heidelberg, 2015)
    Magnesium is currently under investigation as a prospective biodegradable implant material. Biodegradation of magnesium causes a release of magnesium, hydroxide ions and hydrogen gas but it can also lead to the formation ...
  • Kamil, Ahmed M.; Hussein, Falah H.; Halbus, Ahmed F.; Bahnemann, Detlef W. (New York : Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2014)
    The multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs)/titanium dioxide (P25) composite in different ratios was prepared using simple evaporation and drying process. The composite was characterized by Raman spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction ...
  • Bracht, Katja; Angrisani, Nina; Seitz, Jan-Marten; Eifler, Rainer; Weizbauer, Andreas; Reifenrath, Janin (London : BioMed Central Ltd., 2015)
    Background: Magnesium alloys are recommended as a potential material for osteosynthesis. It is known that storage-induced property modifications can occur in materials like aluminum. Thus the aim of this study was to analyze ...
  • Breidert, Stephanie; Jacob, Ralf; Ngezahayo, Anaclet; Kolb, Hans-Albert; Naim, Hassan Y. (Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 2005-06-01)
    In the present study we examined the trafficking pathways of connexin49 (Cx49) fused to green fluorescent protein (GFP) in polar and non-polar cell lines. The Cx49 gene was isolated from ovine lens by RT-PCR. Cx49 cDNA was ...