Magnesium doping on TiN coatings affects mesenchymal stem cell differentiation and proliferation positively in a dose-dependent manner

2018-01-01
ÖNDER, Sakip
Calikoglu-Koyuncu, Ayse Ceren
Kazmanli, Kursat
Urgen, Mustafa
Kök, Fatma Neşe
KÖSE, GAMZE
BACKGROUND: In vitro evaluation of cell-surface interactions for hard tissue implants have mostly been done using osteoblasts. However, when an implant is placed in the body, mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) play a major role in new bone formation. Therefore, using MSCs in cell-surface investigations may provide more reliable information on the prediction of in vivo behavior of implants.
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S. ÖNDER, A. C. Calikoglu-Koyuncu, K. Kazmanli, M. Urgen, F. N. Kök, and G. KÖSE, “Magnesium doping on TiN coatings affects mesenchymal stem cell differentiation and proliferation positively in a dose-dependent manner,” pp. 427–438, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/68225.