The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Calcium, Brushite, Chemical engineering, Cement and Composite material. His Calcium study incorporates themes from Biophysics, Phosphoric acid, Phosphate and Bone regeneration, Biomedical engineering. His Brushite research includes themes of Porosity, Nuclear chemistry, Biocompatibility, ttcp and Solubility.
Uwe Gbureck combines subjects such as Liberation and Mineralogy with his study of Chemical engineering. He focuses mostly in the field of Cement, narrowing it down to matters related to Controlled release and, in some cases, Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis and Antibiotics. When carried out as part of a general Composite material research project, his work on Compressive strength, Ceramic, Bone cement and Rapid prototyping is frequently linked to work in Fabrication, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Cement, Calcium, Chemical engineering, Brushite and Composite material are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Cement brings together such families of science as Compressive strength, Mineralogy, Phosphate and Nuclear chemistry. Uwe Gbureck has included themes like Tetracalcium phosphate, Aqueous solution and Solubility in his Mineralogy study.
His research integrates issues of Magnesium phosphate, Biocompatibility, Biophysics, Osteoblast and Biomedical engineering in his study of Calcium. His work deals with themes such as Specific surface area and Adsorption, which intersect with Chemical engineering. His Brushite study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dentistry, Osteoclast, Phosphoric acid, Hydrolysis and Resorption.
Uwe Gbureck focuses on Cement, Calcium, Biomedical engineering, Chemical engineering and Bone regeneration. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Compressive strength, Mineralogy, Phosphate and Phytic acid. Uwe Gbureck studies Brushite, a branch of Calcium.
The Biomedical engineering study combines topics in areas such as In vivo, Artery and Bioceramic. The various areas that Uwe Gbureck examines in his Chemical engineering study include Tissue engineering and Catalysis. His Bone regeneration research integrates issues from Magnesium phosphate, Osseointegration, Trabecular bone and Bone healing.
His main research concerns Calcium, Cement, Bone regeneration, Biomedical engineering and Brushite. His Calcium research incorporates elements of Chemical engineering and Magnesium. The Zeta potential research Uwe Gbureck does as part of his general Chemical engineering study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Electrolyte, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Solubility, Bone tissue and Nuclear chemistry in addition to Cement. Uwe Gbureck works mostly in the field of Bone regeneration, limiting it down to topics relating to Magnesium phosphate and, in certain cases, Magnesium ion, Struvite and Compressive strength, as a part of the same area of interest. His Brushite study is focused on Phosphate in general.
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Technological issues for the development of more efficient calcium phosphate bone cements: A critical assessment ☆
M. Bohner;U. Gbureck;J.E. Barralet.
How smart do biomaterials need to be? A translational science and clinical point of view ☆
Boris Michael Holzapfel;Johannes Christian Reichert;Jan-Thorsten Schantz;Uwe Gbureck.
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (2013)
Antimicrobial titanium/silver PVD coatings on titanium.
Andrea Ewald;Susanne K Glückermann;Roger Thull;Uwe Gbureck.
Biomedical Engineering Online (2006)
Osteoconduction and osteoinduction of low-temperature 3D printed bioceramic implants.
Pamela Habibovic;Uwe Gbureck;Charles J. Doillon;David C. Bassett.
Resorbable Dicalcium Phosphate Bone Substitutes Prepared by 3D Powder Printing
Uwe Gbureck;Tanja Holzel;Uwe Klammert;Kristian Würzler.
Advanced Functional Materials (2007)
Ionic modification of calcium phosphate cement viscosity. Part II: hypodermic injection and strength improvement of brushite cement
Uwe Gbureck;Jake E. Barralet;Kerstin Spatz;Liam M. Grover.
Angiogenesis in Calcium Phosphate Scaffolds by Inorganic Copper Ion Release
Jake E. Barralet;Uwe Gbureck;Pamela Habibovic;Elke Vorndran.
Tissue Engineering Part A (2009)
Low temperature direct 3D printed bioceramics and biocomposites as drug release matrices
Uwe Gbureck;Elke Vorndran;Frank A. Müller;Jake E. Barralet.
Journal of Controlled Release (2007)
Controlled release of gentamicin from calcium phosphate—poly(lactic acid-co-glycolic acid) composite bone cement
Julia Schnieders;Uwe Gbureck;Roger Thull;Thomas Kissel.
Mechanical activation and cement formation of β-tricalcium phosphate
U. Gbureck;O. Grolms;J.E. Barralet;L.M. Grover.
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