calcium phosphate

  1. a phosphate of calcium; a main constituent of animal bones
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  • The compound in shape-layer formed in precess of loaded-calcium collagen assemble and calcium phosphate mineral compliably in reaction system.
  • Hydroxyapatite is a crystalline form of calcium phosphate most frequently used in antibody purification. The Scientist
  • In limestone and calcareous grassland, the key nutrient involved is phosphorus, because calcium phosphate is relatively unavailable to non-mycorrhizal plants.
  • The recipe for the crystals is not known but among its ingredients are maltodextrin - a carbohydrate made from corn starch, silica, tricalcium phosphate and soy and milk ingredients.
  • Lactose, starch, stearic acid, magnesium stearate, dicalcium phosphate, calcium sulfate, and sucrose are some of the substances that are routinely tested in combination forms.
  • Self-setting calcium phosphate cement (CPC) can be widely used as artificial bone substitute material in orthopedic and dental for its favorable biocompatibility and osteoconductivity.
  • These techniques range from simple calcium phosphate precipitation to sequestering the plasmid DNA in lipid vesicles that fuse to the cell membrane and deliver the contents to the cytoplasm (as illustrated in Figure 8). Archive 2005-10-01
  • There are also some concerns about the use of sodium bicarbonate, because it may worsen hypocalcemia or precipitate calcium phosphate deposition on various tissues.
  • Objective To study the values of repairing bone defects of goat vertebration by calcium phosphate cement(CPC)monitored by SPECT bone imaging.
  • Instead of utilizing combinations of isolated stand-alone inorganic rock, bone, or shell forms of minerals (calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, and so on) or their laboratory-synthesized (chelated) versions, I recommend that we substitute pristine whole-plant forms of calcium, along with other mineral cofactors and indigenous naturally occurring phytocompounds. Forever Young
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