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Rita Kandel, Robert Pilliar, Marc Grynpas: Resorbable implant biomaterial made of condensed calcium phosphate particles. Riches McKenzie & Herbert, June 20, 2000: US06077989 (194 worldwide citation)

A resorbable biomaterial for implantation in humans and other animals comprises amorphous or crystalline condensed calcium phosphate of the general formula: [Ca(PO.sub.3).sub.2 ].sub.n, where n is 3 or greater and the molar ratio of Ca:P is between about 0.4 and 0.6. The condensed calcium phosphate ...


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Kandel Rita, Pilliar Robert, Grynpas Marc: Biomateriau resorbable pour implant forme de particules de phosphate de calcium condensees, Resorbable implant biomaterial made of condensed calcium phosphate particles. 1218122 Ontario, 1208211 Ontario, Hill & Schumacher, March 22, 2011: CA2252860

A resorbable biomaterial for implantation in humans and other animals comprises amorphous or crystalline condensed calcium phosphate of the general formula: [Ca(PO3)2]n, where n is 3 or greater and the molar ratio of Ca:P is between about 0.4 and 0.6. The condensed calcium phosphate powder can be fo ...


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Kandel Rita, Pilliar Robert, Grynpas Marc: Resorbable implant biomaterial made of condensed calcium phosphate particles. 1218122 Ontario, Kandel Rita, Pilliar Robert, Grynpas Marc, RICHES McKENZIE Suite 2900 2 Bloor Street East Toronto Ontario M4W 3J5, December 4, 1997: WO/1997/045147

A resorbable biomaterial for implantation in humans and other animals comprises amorphous or crystalline condensed calcium phosphate of the general formula: [Ca(PO¿3?)¿2?]¿n?, where n is 3 or greater and the molar ratio of Ca:P is between about 0.4 and 0.6. The condensed calcium phosphate powder can ...


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Kandel Rita, Pilliar Robert, Grynpas Marc: Resorbable implant biomaterial made of condensed calcium phosphate particles. 1218122 Ontario, April 7, 1999: EP0906128-A1

A resorbable biomaterial for implantation in humans and other animals comprises amorphous or crystalline condensed calcium phosphate of the general formula: [Ca(PO3)2]n, where n is 3 or greater and the molar ratio of Ca:P is between about 0.4 and 0.6. The condensed calcium phosphate powder can be fo ...