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Sintered Tape-cast 3YSZ Supports Human Bone Marrow Derived Stem Cell Osteogenic Differentiation

  • Alexander K. Nguyen (a1) (a2), Peter L. Goering (a2), John A. Olenick (a3), Kathy Olenick (a3) and Roger J. Narayan (a1)...

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Sintered tape-cast yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) was evaluated for its elemental composition, crystal structure, and imaged with atomic force microscopy (AFM) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Human bone marrow stem cells (hBMSC) were cultured on the ceramic and differentiated into the osteoblast lineage; alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity was tracked as a differentiation marker. The YSZ was composed of purely tetragonal grains with a median equivalent circular diameter of 283 nm. Zirconium, yttrium, oxygen, and adventitious carbon was detected on the substrate with no other elements in significant quantities detected. YSZ samples had an RMS roughness value of 27 nm, elastic modulus of 206 ± 14 GPa, and hardness of 14 ± 2 GPa. hBMSC were observed to attach and proliferate on the YSZ surfaces and had significantly increased ALP versus the undifferentiated control cultured on glass. This method for producing a YSZ ceramic yields a typical material of this type and supports attachment and differentiation of hBMSC; thus, making it useful as a bone implant material.

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Sintered Tape-cast 3YSZ Supports Human Bone Marrow Derived Stem Cell Osteogenic Differentiation

  • Alexander K. Nguyen (a1) (a2), Peter L. Goering (a2), John A. Olenick (a3), Kathy Olenick (a3) and Roger J. Narayan (a1)...

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