The adhesion of human dermal fibroblasts on anodized nanotube-layered titanium, modified for implantology application

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Anodization of titanium implants is accompanied by the formation of titanium oxide nanotubes improving osseointegration. An excessive fibroblast adhesion on the surface might lead to the formation of fibrous capsule resulting in implant rejection. In our research, we demonstrated that the adhesion activity of human dermal fibroblasts on anodized surface was not elevated, which is promising for the use of titanium with nanotube-layered surface for implantology.


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F. A. Fadeyev

GAUZ SO Center of specialized types of medical care Institute for Medical Cell Technologies

Email: juliakhrunyk@yahoo.co.uk

Russian Federation, 22a, Karl Marks street, Ekaterinburg, 620026

Yu. Ya. Khrunyk

Ural Federal University; Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Author for correspondence.
Email: juliakhrunyk@yahoo.co.uk

Russian Federation, 51, Lenina ave., Ekaterinburg, 620000; 22, S. Kovalevskaya street, Ekaterinburg, 620990

S. V. Belikov

Ural Federal University

Email: juliakhrunyk@yahoo.co.uk

Russian Federation, 51, Lenina ave., Ekaterinburg, 620000

D. V. Lugovets

GAUZ SO Center of specialized types of medical care Institute for Medical Cell Technologies

Email: juliakhrunyk@yahoo.co.uk

Russian Federation, 22a, Karl Marks street, Ekaterinburg, 620026

O. V. Gubaeva

GAUZ SO Center of specialized types of medical care Institute for Medical Cell Technologies

Email: juliakhrunyk@yahoo.co.uk

Russian Federation, 22a, Karl Marks street, Ekaterinburg, 620026

M. S. Karabanalov

Ural Federal University

Email: juliakhrunyk@yahoo.co.uk

Russian Federation, 51, Lenina ave., Ekaterinburg, 620000

S. L. Leontyev

GAUZ SO Center of specialized types of medical care Institute for Medical Cell Technologies

Email: juliakhrunyk@yahoo.co.uk

Russian Federation, 22a, Karl Marks street, Ekaterinburg, 620026

А. А. Popov

Ural Federal University

Email: juliakhrunyk@yahoo.co.uk

Russian Federation, 51, Lenina ave., Ekaterinburg, 620000

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