In Vitro Study of Ti Implants with Laser-functionalized Surface
Доклад на конференции OPAL в мае 2020. Ссылка на источник: https://www.sensorsportal.com/OPAL_2020/OPAL_2020_Proceedings.pdf#page=49
Current study investigates how the surface relief of an implant affects cell behavior, bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation. We have conducted an in vitro study for human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells and Streptococcus oralis. Study has demonstrated grooved relief with the distance between the peaks with subcellular to cellular scales are beneficial for life-sustaining activity of cells. The results of bacteriological study has demonstrated visible passive antibacterial effect of blue oxide (anatase) coating.