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Novel borosilicate bioactive scaffolds with persistent luminescence

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Novel borosilicate bioactive scaffolds with persistent luminescence. / Del Cerro, Paloma Roldán; Teittinen, Henriikka; Norrbo, Isabella; Lastusaari, Mika; Massera, Jonathan; Petit, Laeticia.

julkaisussa: Biomedical Glasses, Vuosikerta 6, Nro 1, 2020, s. 1-9.

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Del Cerro, PR, Teittinen, H, Norrbo, I, Lastusaari, M, Massera, J & Petit, L 2020, 'Novel borosilicate bioactive scaffolds with persistent luminescence', Biomedical Glasses, Vuosikerta. 6, Nro 1, Sivut 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1515/bglass-2020-0001

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Del Cerro, P. R., Teittinen, H., Norrbo, I., Lastusaari, M., Massera, J., & Petit, L. (2020). Novel borosilicate bioactive scaffolds with persistent luminescence. Biomedical Glasses, 6(1), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1515/bglass-2020-0001

Vancouver

Del Cerro PR, Teittinen H, Norrbo I, Lastusaari M, Massera J, Petit L. Novel borosilicate bioactive scaffolds with persistent luminescence. Biomedical Glasses. 2020;6(1):1-9. https://doi.org/10.1515/bglass-2020-0001

Author

Del Cerro, Paloma Roldán ; Teittinen, Henriikka ; Norrbo, Isabella ; Lastusaari, Mika ; Massera, Jonathan ; Petit, Laeticia. / Novel borosilicate bioactive scaffolds with persistent luminescence. Julkaisussa: Biomedical Glasses. 2020 ; Vuosikerta 6, Nro 1. Sivut 1-9.

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title = "Novel borosilicate bioactive scaffolds with persistent luminescence",
abstract = "Persistent luminescent amorphous borosilicate scaffolds were successfully prepared, for the first time, with a porosity of >70{\%} using the burn-off technique. The persistent luminescence was obtained by adding the SrAl2O4:Eu2+,Dy3+ microparticles: i) in the glass melt or ii) in the glass crushed into powder prior to the sintering. The scaffolds prepared by adding the microparticles in the glass melt exhibits lower persistent luminescence and a slower reaction rate in simulated body fluid than the scaffolds prepared by adding the microparticles in the glass powder due to the release of strontium from the microparticles into the glass during the glass melting.",
keywords = "Borosilicate glasses, Direct particle doping method, Dy microparticles, In-vitro testing, Persistent luminescence, Scaffold, SrAlO:Eu",
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T1 - Novel borosilicate bioactive scaffolds with persistent luminescence

AU - Del Cerro, Paloma Roldán

AU - Teittinen, Henriikka

AU - Norrbo, Isabella

AU - Lastusaari, Mika

AU - Massera, Jonathan

AU - Petit, Laeticia

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KW - Borosilicate glasses

KW - Direct particle doping method

KW - Dy microparticles

KW - In-vitro testing

KW - Persistent luminescence

KW - Scaffold

KW - SrAlO:Eu

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DO - 10.1515/bglass-2020-0001

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JF - Biomedical Glasses

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