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Preliminary studies of the effect of doping of chromium oxide in SiO-CaO-PO bioceramics for bone regeneration applications.

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Summary of "Preliminary studies of the effect of doping of chromium oxide in SiO-CaO-PO bioceramics for bone regeneration applications."

Bioceramics of composition xCrO∙(43-x) CaO∙42SiO∙15PO (x varying from 0 to 8 mol%) have been synthesized in the laboratory by using sol-gel technique. The morphology and structure has been determined by using Powder X-ray Diffraction, Fourier Transform Infrared and Raman spectroscopy and Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy. The in vitro bio mineralization behavior has been assessed by immersion in simulated body fluid for 7 days. The results obtained in our studies have indicated excellent hydroxyapatite formation ability of our samples. Drug delivery property of synthesized samples has been checked by using UV-spectroscopy of antibiotic 'gentamicin'. The in vitro drug release profile was fitted best in the Higuchi model with the highest value of coefficient of determination (R = 0.9970). Antimicrobial properties have been evaluated from minimum inhibitory concentration and time kill assay values. The cellular response has been investigated by using human osteosarcoma MG 63 cell line. Also to check charge on the synthesized samples, Zeta potential studies have been conducted and it has been observed that samples carry negative charge when immersed in simulated body fluid. Negative surface charge provide suitable environment for cell adhesion and proliferation. Experiments have been undertaken to explore suitable composition with an objective of development of suitable implant material for bone regeneration applications.

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Name: Spectrochimica acta. Part A, Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy
ISSN: 1873-3557
Pages: 118000

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