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Next generation bioceramics

Guest edited by Jake E. Barralet, McGill University, Canada

This collection in Biomaterials Research covers "next generation bioceramics".

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​​​​​​​New articles in the collection will appear here as they are published!


  1. Periodontal disease is categorized by the destruction of periodontal tissues. Over the years, there have been several clinical techniques and material options that been investigated for periodontal defect repa...

    Authors: Zeeshan Sheikh, Nader Hamdan, Yuichi Ikeda, Marc Grynpas, Bernhard Ganss and Michael Glogauer
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2017 21:9
  2. Bioinorganics have been explored as additives to ceramic bone graft substitutes with the aim to improve their performance in repair and regeneration of large bone defects. Silicon (Si), an essential trace elem...

    Authors: Ana I. Rodrigues, Rui L. Reis, Clemens A. van Blitterswijk, Isabel B. Leonor and Pamela Habibović
    Citation: Biomaterials Research 2017 21:6