TOBEJ volume 6, issue 1, P85-91 2012 DOI: 10.2174/1874120701206010085 View Full Text
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Dante Pascual Goy, Emmanuel Gorosito, Hermes S Costa, Pablo Mortarino, Noelia Acosta Pedemonte, Javier Toledo, Herman S Mansur, Marivalda M Pereira, Ricardo Battaglino, Sara Feldman

Abstract: At present, typical approaches employed to repair fractures and other bone lesions tend to use matrix grafts to promote tissue regeneration. These grafts act as templates, which promote cellular adhesion, growth and proliferation, osteoconduction, and even osteoinduction, which commonly results in de novo osteogenesis. The present work aimed to study the bone-repairing ability of hybrid matrixes (HM) prepared with polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) and bioactive glass in an experimental rabbit model. The HM were prepared…

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