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1-Jan-2016Mechanochemical synthesis of zinc-apatitic calcium phosphate and the controlled zinc release for bone tissue engineeringHattori, Y; Mori, H; Chou, J; Otsuka, M
1-Mar-2016Bioresorbable zinc hydroxyapatite guided bone regeneration membrane for bone regenerationChou, J; Komuro, M; Hao, J; Kuroda, S; Hattori, Y; Ben-Nissan, B; Milthorpe, B; Otsuka, M
17-Jan-2014Bone regeneration of calvarial defect using marine calcareous-derived beta-tricalcium phosphate macrospheresChou, J; Hao, J; Kuroda, S; Ben-Nissan, B; Milthopre, B; Otsuka, M
1-Nov-2013Coral exoskeletons as a precursor material for the development of a calcium phosphate drug delivery system for bone tissue engineeringChou, J; Hao, J; Ben-Nissan, B; Milthorpe, B; Otsuka, M
13-Aug-2013The Therapeutic Effect on Bone Mineral Formation from Biomimetic Zinc Containing Tricalcium Phosphate (ZnTCP) in Zinc-Deficient Osteoporotic MiceChou, J; Hao, J; Hatoyama, H; Ben-Nissan, B; Milthorpe, B; Otsuka, M
1-May-2013Simvastatin-Loaded β-TCP Drug Delivery System Induces Bone Formation and Prevents Rhabdomyolysis in OVX MiceChou, J; Ito, T; Otsuka, M; Ben-Nissan, B; Milthorpe, B
1-Jan-2013The controlled release of simvastatin from biomimetic macrospheresChou, J; Ito, T; Otsuka, M; Ben-Nissan, B; Milthorpe, B
1-Jul-2015Effect of biomimetic zinc-containing tricalcium phosphate (Zn-TCP) on the growth and osteogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cellsChou, J; Hao, J; Hatoyama, H; Ben-Nissan, B; Milthorpe, B; Otsuka, M
1-Jan-2014Antibiotic delivery potential of nano-and micro-porous marine structure-derived β-tricalcium phosphate spheres for medical applicationsChou, J; Valenzuela, S; Green, DW; Kohan, L; Milthorpe, B; Otsuka, M; Ben-Nissan, B
1-Jan-2015Strontium hydroxyapatite in situ gel-forming system - a new approach for minimally invasive bone augmentationHao, J; Chou, J; Kuroda, S; Otsuka, M; Kasugai, S; Lang, NP
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