Merve TURAN, Nermin DEMIRKOL; Comparison of mechanical and bioactivity properties of nano hydroxyapatite-magnesium oxide and nano hydroxyapatite-niobium (V) oxide biocomposites; Advanced Nano-Bio-Materials and Devices; 2019:3(4):521-527

The novel properties of nanomaterials also encourage their use to improve the growth of different tissues. Nano structured ceramics can be synthesized; thus, they may have particle size, geometry and microarchitecture similar to physiological bone. In this study, mechanical and bioactivity properties of nanohydroxyapatite (nHA)-nano magnesium oxide (nMgO) and nano hydroxyapatite (nHA) -nano niobium (V) […]

Hong HUANG, Cai-Ping TAO, Yu-Kun WANG, Li-Zhong SU, Jin-Ju GUAN, Ju-Fang ZHENG, Xiao-Shun ZHOU, Bin ZHENG. Electrochemical Behavior of Uric Acid on L-cysteine Modified Au (111) Electrode in Different pH Solution, Advanced Nano-Bio-Materials and Devices; 2019:3(4):514-520

In this work, we have investigated the self-assembled monolayer (SAM) of L-cysteine on Au(111) and its application in electrochemical oxidation of uric acid by scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), cyclic voltammetry (CV) and differential pulse voltammetry (DPV). Monolayer of L-cysteine on Au(111) was observed, which shows that single monolayer of L-cysteine was formed on Au(111). Oxidation […]

Sergey V. DOROZHKIN, Nanometric calcium orthophosphates (CaPO4): preparation, properties and biomedical applications, Advanced Nano-Bio-Materials and Devices; 2019:3(4):422-513

Nanometric particles and crystals play very important roles in biological systems. For example, calcium orthophosphates (abbreviated as CaPO4) of nanometric dimensions represent the basic inorganic building blocks of bones and teeth of mammals. According to recent discoveries in biomineralization, zillions nanometric crystals of biologically formed CaPO4 are nucleated in body fluids and, afterwards, they are […]