Bioinert Materials

Biologically inert, or Bioinert materials are ones which do not initiate a response or interact when introduced to biological tissue. In other words, introducing the material to the body will not cause a reaction with the host. The reason that this type of material has been conceived is because materials initiating a response may detrimentally affect the host. Bioinert materials are non-specifically downregulate in biological responses. These materials were developed originally as non-thrombogenic surfaces for vascular surgery, and are often referred to as haemocompatible; but have a number of possible applications in the eye and other biological fluid contacting environments. Bioceramics Development and Applications is an international Open Access peer reviewed journal and an official publication of International Society for Ceramics in Medicine publishes research from all related areas of Bioceramics, dental science and biomedical engineering. OMICS Group is a scientific organization and online publishing house that drives the progress of research through freely available open access journals and international conferences. With 700+ peer-reviewed journals in its list and many expert reviewers and scientists in its editorial board OMICS Group is among the best open access publishers of the world. Also, OMICS Group organizes more than 3000+ International Scientific Conferences annually and provides eBooks, and additional services such as ScholarsCentral. OMICS Group has got support of more than 1000+ Scientific associations, 50,000+ editorial board members and 15 million readers.
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Last date updated on June, 2014


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