Silicate-substituted hydroxyapatite

Iain Ronald Gibson (Inventor), Jan Skakle (Inventor)

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Abstract

An inorganic silicate-substituted calcium phosphate hydroxyapatite, useful as a biomaterial, has a Ca/P molar ratio in the range 2.05 to 2.55 and a Ca/(P+Si) molar ratio less than 1.66. The hydroxyapatite can be substantially free of carbonate ions. The material has relatively high solubility and is able to release silicon into solution.
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberUS20100173009
IPCA61L27/12
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jul 2010

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Silicates
Durapatite
Carbonates
Biocompatible Materials
Silicon
Polysilicon
Solubility
Ions
calcium phosphate

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Gibson, I. R., & Skakle, J. (2010). IPC No. A61L27/12. Silicate-substituted hydroxyapatite. (Patent No. US20100173009).

Silicate-substituted hydroxyapatite. / Gibson, Iain Ronald (Inventor); Skakle, Jan (Inventor).

IPC No.: A61L27/12. Patent No.: US20100173009.

Research output: Patent

Gibson, IR & Skakle, J 2010, Silicate-substituted hydroxyapatite, Patent No. US20100173009, IPC No. A61L27/12.
Gibson IR, Skakle J, inventors. Silicate-substituted hydroxyapatite. A61L27/12. 2010 Jul 8.
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