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Injectable nanocomposite for an instantaneous fixation of titanium implants in a bone with effective antibacterial properties

The scientific objective is to develop a formula and technology to create a nanocomposite that binds a titanium alloys implant with bone tissue, and it is characterized by rapid bonding, effective antibacterial properties, and biocompatibility. The scientific aim is to determine the mechanisms of the interaction of nanocomposite composition and process parameters on its mechanical properties, including adhesion to titanium alloy and bone tissue, functional properties checked as injectability and setting (curing) time, physical, chemical, and biological properties, evaluated by antibacterial properties and osteoblast response.

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Project's acronym:
ARGENTUM
Project's funding:
ARGENTUM / IDUB PG
Agreement:
DEC-38/2020/IDUB/I.3.3 z dnia 2020-11-17
Realisation period:
2020-12-01 - 2022-11-30
Project manager:
dr inż. Michał Bartmański
Team members:
Realised in:
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology
External institutions
participating in project:
  • Gdańsk Medical University (Poland)
  • Turku Clinical Biomaterial Centre (Finland)
  • Hospital Clinical at Kościerzyna (Poland)
Project's value:
280 566.85 PLN
Request type:
Inny
Domestic:
Domestic project
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