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Microstructure and Biocompatibility of Hydroxyapatite Porous Ceramics Designed by a Partial Dissolution-Precipitation Technique with Supersonic Treatment for Bone Regeneration

By Toshiyuki Akazawa, Masaru Murata, Yasuhiko Tabata and Manabu Ito

Submitted: April 7th 2011Reviewed: October 2nd 2011Published: April 4th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/32088

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Toshiyuki Akazawa, Masaru Murata, Yasuhiko Tabata and Manabu Ito (April 4th 2012). Microstructure and Biocompatibility of Hydroxyapatite Porous Ceramics Designed by a Partial Dissolution-Precipitation Technique with Supersonic Treatment for Bone Regeneration, Bone Regeneration, Haim Tal, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/32088. Available from:

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