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Biological Tissue Adhesion to Ion Implanted Surfaces

  • J. C. Kelly (a1), M. D. M. Evans (a1), K. L. Wildish (a1), E. C. Keirnan (a2), L. R. Fisher (a2) and C. R. Howlett (a1)...

Abstract

Results of preliminary investigations on varying the adhesion and growth behaviour of osteoblast-like cells on silicon are presented. Significant changes in growth behaviour are obtained by implanting oxygen or by growing a thermal oxide on the surface. The objective of the work is to modify tissue adhesion to materials used as prosthetic devices.

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