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Pascal Christel, Su M Li, Michel Vert, Jean Louis Patat: Bone prosthesis material containing calcium carbonate particles dispersed in a bioresorbable polymer matrix. INOTEB, Oliff & Berridge, July 18, 1995: US05433751 (145 worldwide citation)

Bioresorbable bone prosthesis material containing particles of calcium carbonate, originating, for example, from coral skeleton, dispersed within a polymer matrix, the said particles being smaller than 1 mm in size and representing from 40 to 70% of the total weight, and the said polymer being a bio ...


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Michel Vert, Francois Chabot, Jean Leray, Pascal Christel: New prosthesis parts, their preparation and their application. Agence Nationale de Valorisation de la Recherche, Institut National de la Sante et de la Recherche Medicale, Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 21, 1981: US04279249 (141 worldwide citation)

Osteosynthesis parts are made of an absorbable polymer composition consisting of a matrix of lactic acid homopolymer, or a copolymer very high in lactic acid units, having discrete reinforcement elements embedded therein. The reinforcement elements are made of glycolic acid homopolymer or copolymers ...


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Genevieve Guillemin, Pascal Christel, Jean Louis Patat, Alain Meunier: Use of porous polycrystalline aragonite as a support material for in vitro culture of cells. Inoteb, Oliff & Berridge, January 2, 1996: US05480827 (27 worldwide citation)

A three-dimensional solid support for the in vitro cultivation of cells consists essentially of porous polycrystalline aragonite in the form of a cylinder, sphere or plate. The support may be used to successively grow layers of different cells on the support, and is particularly useful for cultivati ...


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Genevieve Guillemin, Pascal Christel, Jean Louis Patat, Alain Meunier: Utilisation de carbonate de calcium poreux comme materiau support de culture in vitro de cellules eucaryotes.. Inoteb, January 22, 1993: FR2679250-A1

The use of a porous material essentially consisting of polycrystalline calcium carbonate as a three-dimensional solid support for in vitro eukaryotic cell culture, is described. The material may, for example, consist of porous coral skeleton. The resulting cell culture product consisting of such a p ...


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Pascal Christel, Ming Li Su, Michel Vert, Jean Louis Patat: Material for bone prosthesis containing calcium carbonate particles dispersed in a bioresorbable polymeric matrix.. Inoteb, October 8, 1993: FR2689400-A1

Material for bioresorbable bone prosthesis, containing particles of calcium carbonate originating, for example, from coral skeleton and dispersed within a polymeric matrix, the said particles having dimensions of less than 1 mm and representing from 40 to 70 % of the total weight, and the said polym ...