biocompatible


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biocompatible

/bio·com·pat·i·ble/ (-kom-pat´ĭ-b'l) being harmonious with life; not having toxic or injurious effects on biological function.

biocompatible,

adj compatible with living cells, tissues, organs, or systems, and posing no risk of injury, toxicity, or rejection by the immune system.
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Manufacturing with medical-grade biocompatible resins improves the likelihood that an end application will indeed be biocompatible.
Product developers at SCHOTT are already thinking about new applications and the further development of biocompatible glass.
According to Najmeh Assadi, one of the researchers, the project has the potential to be commercialized because the coating has been carried out through the simple sol-gel method and it is a biocompatible coating.
Many implantable medical and dental devices will continue to be composed partially or completely of biocompatible metals.
The team starts with a polymer, derived from lactic acid molecules, that is both biocompatible and biodegradable.
STS specializes in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art biocompatible coatings for medical devices.
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CORTOSS is a high-strength, biocompatible, bone-bonding, self-setting composite engineered to mimic the characteristics of the human body's hard, weight-bearing cortical bone.
This biocompatible surface treatment uses the body's own fluids to immediately activate an ultra-slippery hydrophilic hydrogel that reduces friction by more than 90% (10 times better than PTFE Coatings in many applications).
Rapid development of tissue engineering as a prime technology in research sciences is largely anticipated to shape the future of biocompatible materials.
Contract notice: Provide gradient hplc system biocompatible version with autosampler.
These repairs can be aided with biocompatible tissue implants.