The effect of ordered and partially ordered surface topography on bone cell responses: a review

Gui, N, Xu, W, Myers, D, Shukla, R, Tang, H and Qian, M 2018, 'The effect of ordered and partially ordered surface topography on bone cell responses: a review', Biomaterials Science, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 250-264.


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Title The effect of ordered and partially ordered surface topography on bone cell responses: a review
Author(s) Gui, N
Xu, W
Myers, D
Shukla, R
Tang, H
Qian, M
Year 2018
Journal name Biomaterials Science
Volume number 6
Issue number 2
Start page 250
End page 264
Total pages 15
Publisher Royal Society of Chemistry
Abstract Implant surfaces play important roles in regulating protein adsorption and determining subsequent cell responses, including cell attachment, proliferation, migration and differentiation. With rapid developments of micro- and nano-fabrication methods and additive manufacturing (3D printing), precisely controlled patterns such as partially ordered and ordered patterns can now be generated on bone implant surfaces, rather than having randomly roughened surfaces. Over the last two decades, considerable effort has been dedicated to manipulating cell responses through surface topographical modifications. This review discusses the current developments and understanding of surface topography in prompting or enhancing desired cell responses with special attention to the role of ordered and partially ordered surface topography under in vitro conditions. In addition, the challenges to translate research findings into implant applications are addressed.
Subject Biomaterials
DOI - identifier 10.1039/C7BM01016H
Copyright notice © The Royal Society of Chemistry 2017
ISSN 2047-4849
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