Bioinspired-Interpenetrating Network (IPNs) Hydrogel (BIOF-INPs) and TMD in Vitro: Bioadhesion, Drug Release and Build in Free Radical Detection and Defense
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In this work, Bioactive-functionalized interpenetrating network (IPNs) hydrogel (BIOF-INPs) were prepared and investigated in vitro for the free radical detection/defense, therapeutic release as well as shear bond strength to dentine, ability to re-mineralize surface of the dentin after application of these bio-inspired materials using a biologically inspired mineralization process in vitro as well as investigating antimicrobial properties of the BIOF-INPs against S. aureous. The aim of this investigation was to evaluate the suitability and flexibility of the designer materials to act as an " in vitro " probe to gain insights into molecular origin of TMD and associated disorders.
Open Journal of Stomatology
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Dental Materials and Equipment