Osteoblast-like cell response to calcium phosphate coatingchemistry and morphology on etched silicon surfaces

G Burke, C Rea, F Horgan, M Turkington, AR Boyd, BJ Meenan

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Abstract

Being able to control the behaviour of osteoblast-like cells on a surface may provide a genuine insight into the material surface characteristics and help in creating a successful coating/cell interface. The possibility of creating a micro-environment that can induce proliferation, differentiation and mineralisation of bone cells in vitro, by successfully combining both chemistry and topography of a micro-fabricated substrate is an area that requires a multidisciplinary approach. Utilising sputter deposition, a process that lends itself to high processability, in conjunction with photolithography allowing for the creation of highly repeatable etched surfaces, we aim to provide a successful combination of chemistry and topography. Correlating the substrate conditions with resultant osteoblast biological function and activity can ultimately be used with a view to modulating the behavior of osteoblast-like cells in vitro.
LanguageEnglish
Pages835-851
JournalJournal of Materials Science:Materials in Medicine
VolumeJourna
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jan 2012

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Osteoblasts
Calcium phosphate
Silicon
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Cells
Sputter deposition
Photolithography
Substrates
Physiologic Calcification
Behavior Control
Bone
Coatings
calcium phosphate
In Vitro Techniques

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