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Proinflammatory and osteolysis-inducing effects of 3D printing Ti6Al4V particles in vitro and in vivo

Proinflammatory and osteolysis-inducing effects of 3D printing Ti6Al4V particles in vitro and in vivo
Ning Li, Zezheng Yang, Zhiyuan Liu, Mingzheng Peng, Kerong Dai, Tao Li, Cuidi Li, Chuan Jiang, Jinwu Wang, Chengtao Wang
Ti6Al4V printing particles have been recently used for fabricating orthopedic implants.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/ra/~3/uGhVXB75KIs/C7RA12677H

DOI: 2018/RA/C7RA12677H

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