Simvastatin-loaded Beta-tCP Drug Delivery System Induces Bone Formation And Prevents Rhabdomyolysis In OVX Mice

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Advanced Healthcare Materials, 2013, 2 (5), pp. 678 - 681
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Bone formation and regeneration is a prolonged process that requires a slow drug release system to assist in the long-term recovery. A drug-delivery system is developed that allows for the controlled release of simvastin, without exhibiting the side effects associated with high concentrations of simvastatin, and is still capable of inducing constant bone formation.
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