Marc Bohner mostly deals with Calcium, Cement, Biomedical engineering, Dentistry and Phosphate. The Injectable bone research Marc Bohner does as part of his general Calcium study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Biological property, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. The various areas that he examines in his Cement study include Viscosity, Brushite and Resorption.
His Biomedical engineering study incorporates themes from Body solution and Porous solids. Marc Bohner has researched Dentistry in several fields, including Nanotechnology, Materials testing and Calcium phosphate cement. His studies deal with areas such as Sulfate and Nuclear chemistry as well as Phosphate.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Calcium, Phosphate, Chemical engineering, Cement and Biomedical engineering. His Calcium research integrates issues from Inorganic chemistry and Nuclear chemistry. His research in Phosphate intersects with topics in Resorption and Dissolution.
His work deals with themes such as Sintering and Mineralogy, which intersect with Chemical engineering. His study in Cement is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Brushite, Dentistry and Cancellous bone. His Biomedical engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Tomography and Soft tissue.
Marc Bohner spends much of his time researching Calcium, Phosphate, Resorption, Bone healing and Biophysics. His Calcium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quenching, Thermal stability, Composite number, Thermal treatment and Granule. In the field of Phosphate, his study on β tricalcium phosphate overlaps with subjects such as Pyrophosphate.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Osteoclast, In vitro, Chemical engineering, Dissolution and Surrogate endpoint. His Chemical engineering research includes elements of Beta-tricalcium phosphate, Scanning electron microscope and Magnesium. Histology is closely connected to Biomedical engineering in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Bone healing.
His primary scientific interests are in Phosphate, Resorption, Bone healing, Calcium and β tricalcium phosphate. His Phosphate study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electron backscatter diffraction, Magnesium, Scanning electron microscope and Dissolution. His Resorption study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Synthetic bone graft and Scaffold.
His Bone healing research incorporates themes from Cytokine and Composite matrix. His research integrates issues of Inorganic chemistry and Thermal stability in his study of Calcium. Marc Bohner has included themes like Bone formation, Composite number, Ceramic and Biomedical engineering in his β tricalcium phosphate study.
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Calcium orthophosphates in medicine: from ceramics to calcium phosphate cements.
Injury-international Journal of The Care of The Injured (2000)
Can bioactivity be tested in vitro with SBF solution
Marc Bohner;Jacques Lemaitre.
Calcium phosphates in biomedical applications: materials for the future?
Woutherus Habraken;Pamela Habibovic;Matthias Epple;Marc Bohner.
Materials Today (2016)
Technological issues for the development of more efficient calcium phosphate bone cements: A critical assessment ☆
M. Bohner;U. Gbureck;J.E. Barralet.
Injectability of calcium phosphate pastes.
Marc Bohner;Gamal Baroud.
Structural and material approaches to bone tissue engineering in powder-based three-dimensional printing
A. Butscher;M. Bohner;S. Hofmann;Ludwig J. Gauckler.
Acta Biomaterialia (2011)
In vivo behavior of three different injectable hydraulic calcium phosphate cements.
D. Apelt;F. Theiss;A.O. El-Warrak;K. Zlinszky.
Resorbable biomaterials as bone graft substitutes
Materials Today (2010)
Biocompatibility and resorption of a brushite calcium phosphate cement
Felix Theiss;Detlef Apelt;Bastian Brand;Annette P N Kutter.
Porosity and pore size of β-tricalcium phosphate scaffold can influence protein production and osteogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells: An in vitro and in vivo study
Philip Kasten;Ingo Beyen;Philipp Niemeyer;Reto Luginbühl.
Acta Biomaterialia (2008)
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