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Biocompatible implants made of nanostructured titanium with antibacterial properties

Other TitlesImplantes biocompatibles de titanio nanoestructurado con propiedades antibacterianas
AuthorsGarcía-Martín, José Miguel ; Palmero, Alberto ; Álvarez, Rafael ; Vallet-Regí, María; Arcos, Daniel; Izquierdo-Barba, Isabel
Issue Date1-Mar-2017
CitationEP3135242 A1
AbstractThe invention relates to a novel implant based on titanium, consisting of a titanium coating formed over biomaterials, applicable in bone implantology. The nanotopographical characteristics of said implants inhibit bacterial adhesion and formation of bacterial biofilm on the surface, the implants simultaneously exhibiting suitable properties for the adhesion, extension, and proliferation of the bone-forming cells. The invention also relates to a method for producing the implant by means of oblique incidence techniques and to the use thereof in bone implantology.
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