Con-current Oral Abstract Presentations Session 1

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Dental Materials


Variability of the Composition and Mechanical Properties of Bovine Dentin

A. C. Deymier-Black1, J. D. Almer2, D. C. Dunand1;

1Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL, 2Argonne Natl. Lab., Argonne, IL.


Spectroscopic Characterization of Structural and Functional Properties of Dentin Adhesive with Buffering Capability

P. Spencer, Q. Ye, J. Park, Z. Chen, A. Misra, J. Laurence;

Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.


Characterization of Human Gingival Fibroblasts on a Degradable Polar Hydrophobic Ionic Polyurethane (D-PHI)

J. W. C. Cheung, J. Santerre;

Inst. of Biomaterials and BioMed. Engineering, Toronto, ON, CANADA.


In Vivo Evaluation of Custom-Made Dental Implants Through Electron Beam Melting

T-M. G. Chu1, N. Khouja1, G. Chahine2, R. Kovacevic2, M. Koike3, T. Okabe3;

1Indiana Univ. Sch. of Dentistry, Indianapolis, IN, 2Southern Methodist Univ., Dallas, TX, 3Baylor Coll. of Dentistry, Dallas, TX.


VEGF-A Has an Autocrine Role in Cell Response to Titanium Substrate Features

A. L. Raines1, N. Patel1, R. Olivares-Navarrete1, M. Dard2, Z. Schwartz1, B. D. Boyan1;

1Georgia Inst. of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 2Inst. Straumann, Basel, SWITZERLAND.


Influence of Surface Chemistry of Microtextured Titanium on the Osteoblast Cell Response

J. Park1, Z. Schwartz1, R. Olivares-Navarrete1, M. Dard2, R. Tannenbaum1, B. D. Boyan1;

1Georgia Inst. of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 2Inst. Straumann AG, Basel, SWITZERLAND.


Methacrylated Hyaluronan and Poly(vinyl alcohol) Scaffolds for Periodontal Tissue Regeneration

R. A. Oldinski, K. M. Shibuya, J. D. Bryers;

Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA.


Synthesis of A Novel Star-Hyperbranched Poly(acrylic acid) for Improved Dental GIC Restoratives

D. Xie;

Indiana Univ. Purdue Univ. at Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN.

Engineering Instructive Cues into Biomaterials (Symposium)


Incorporating Spatially- and Temporally-Varying Cues into Biomaterials: From Vaccines to Stem Cells

K. Roy;

The Univ. of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.


Biophotolithographic Method to Create Biomolecular Patterns in Porous Collagen-Glycosaminoglycan Scaffolds

S. R. Caliari, T. A. Martin, R. C. Bailey, B. A. Harley;

Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.


Nanofiber Gradient Pattern for Spatiotemporal Controlled Release of Biomolecules from Vascular Graft

W. Bonani, K. Madhavan, W. Tan;

Univ. of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO.


Engineering Bioartificial Matrix Characteristics To Modulate Epithelial Cyst Phenotypes

N. O. Enemchukwu1, A. Y. Cheng1, J. C. Sy2, N. Murthy2, A. J. Garcia1;

1Georgia Inst. of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 2Georgia Inst. of Technology and Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA.


Design of a Biphasic Scaffold Exhibiting Two Inductive Cues for Reconstructing the Osteochondral Interface

T. Re'em, S. Cohen;

Ben-Gurion Univ., Be'er Sheva, ISRAEL.


Poly(ethylene glycol) as an Electron-Beam Resist to Control Protein Adsorption and Cell Adhesion

Y. Wang1, G. Subbiahdoss2, J. Swartjes2, H. van der Mei2, H. Busscher2, M. Libera1;

1Stevens Inst. of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, 2Univ. Med. Ctr. Groningen, Groningen, NETHERLANDS.


Cell Behavior on Electrochemically Controlled Ti-6Al-4V Surfaces using Active Metal (Mg) Coupling

S. Kaul, S. Sivan, J. L. Gilbert;

Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, NY.

Industrial Solutions to Material Problems, Biomaterials and Processing Technologies for Industrial Applications (Symposium)


Examples of Industrial Solutions to Material Problems

S. Lyu;

Medtronic Inc, Minneapolis, MN.


Mechanical Activation of the Shape-Memory Effect in Polymers for Biomedical Applications

C. M. Yakacki1, R. Likos2, R. Lamell2, D. Guigou2, K. Gall2;

1MedShape Solutions, Atlanta, GA, 2The Georgia Inst. of Technology, Atlanta, GA.


Shape Memory Polymers with Novel Processing Capabilities for Biomedical Device Applications

K. Hearon1, T. S. Wilson2, D. J. Maitland1;

1Texas A&M Univ., College Station, TX, 2Lawrence Livermore Natl. Lab., Livermore, CA, CA.


Control and Manipulate Cell Behaviors on Functionalized and Nanostructured Conducting Polymer Biomaterials

H-h. Yu, B. Zhu, S-C. Luo, H. Zhao, J. Sekine;

RIKEN Advanced Sci. Inst., Saitama, JAPAN.


Alvetex- Revolutionizing Three-Dimensional Cell Culture Technology

R. J. Carnachan1, D. J. Lundy2, N. R. Cameron2, A. Maatta2, S. A. Przyborski1;

1Reinnervate Ltd, County Durham, UNITED KINGDOM, 2Durham Univ., Durham, UNITED KINGDOM.


Analytical Surface Chemistry Comparison of Metallic Implant Passivation

S. Vass, L. Salvati, Jr.;

DePuy Orthopaedics, Warsaw, IN.


Establishing the Biocompatibility of Intraocular Lens Surfaces Using X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Time of Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry

D. J. Hook;

Bausch + Lomb, Rochester, NY.

Optimization and Characterization of Nanoparticle Biocompatibility


Complete Surface Control of Peptide Nanospheres with Detachable and Attachable Polymer Brush

M. Matsumoto, T. Waku, M. Matsusaki, M. Akashi;

Dept. of Applied Chemistry, Graduate Sch. of Engineering, Osaka Univ., Suita, JAPAN.


Magnetic Nanoparticles and a Magnetic Field Designed for the Treatment of Prosthetic Infections

E. Taylor, G. E. Aninwene, II, T. J. Webster;

Brown Univ., Providence, RI.


Inhibition of Inflammatory Responses on Phospholipid Polymer-Coated Nanoparticles

K. Ishihara, Y. Goto, R. Matsuno, Y. Inoue, T. Konno, M. Takai;

The Univ. of Tokyo, Tokyo, JAPAN.


Systemic Effect of Different Carbon Nanoparticles in Mice

A. C. L. Tang1, Z. C. W. Tang1, W-Y. Liao1, S-J. Tsai2, P. C. H. Hsieh1;

1Graduate Inst. of Clinical Med., Natl. Cheng Kung Univ., Tainan, TAIWAN, 2Nano-Powder & Thin Film Technology Ctr., Industrial Technology Res. Inst., Tainan, TAIWAN.


ISOFURE Methodology: A Novel Technique to Enhance the Loading and Stability of Nanoparticles

H. D Chirra, D. Spencer, J. Zach Hilt;

Univ. of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.


The Modulation of Osteogenic Cell Function by MWCNT Surface Characteristics

O. Emohare1, I. Kinloch, Jr.2, N. Rushton1;

1Univ. of Cambridge, Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM, 2Sch. of Materials, Univ. of Manchester, Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM.


Functionalizable And Ultra Stable Nanoparticles Coated With Zwitterionic Poly(Carboxybetaine) In Undiluted Blood Serum

W. Yang, S. Jiang;

Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA.


Dendritic Polyethylene Glycol-Poly (D,L-Lactide) (PEG-PDLLA) Nanoparticles for Gene Delivery

Q. Yuan, W. Yeudall, H. Yang;

Virginia Commonwealth Univ., Richmond, VA.

Surface Fouling, Biofilms, and Their Impacts on Medical Devices


Textured Biomaterial Surfaces Reduce Bacterial Adhesion and Biofilm Formation

L-C. XU, C. A. Siedlecki;

Penn State Univ. Coll. of Med., Hershey, PA.


Characterization of Escherichia Coli HM22 Persister Cells with AFM Imaging

A. R. Weiss1, D. R. Burgin2, D. Ren1, J. Gilbert1;

1Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, NY, 2Clemson Univ., Clemson, NY.


Examining The Effects Of Blood/Material Interactions On The Performance Of Implanted Glucose Sensors

M. T. Novak, F. Yuan, W. M. Reichert;

Duke Univ., Durham, NC.


TiO2 Coatings on 3D Stainless Steel Structures Showing Antifouling Properties

C. Della Valle1, L. De Nardo1, R. Chiesa1, M. Santin2, S. Meikle2;

1Politecnico Di Milano, Milano, ITALY, 2Sch. of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sci., Univ. of Brighton, Brighton, UNITED KINGDOM.


Long-Term Protein Adsorption Behavior on Polymer Brush Surfaces

K. Lau;

Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL.


Long-Term and Broad-Spectrum Biofilm Resistant Surface Modification

M. Bouchard, R. Fabre, S. Guedez, C. Huval, H. Lapp, C. Loose, V. E. Wagner, Z. Zhang;

Semprus BioSci., Cambridge, MA.


Antibacterial Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles in Polymer Biomaterial Composites

J. T. Seil, T. J. Webster;

Brown Univ., Providence, RI.


Ultra Low Fouling Surfaces Derived from Peptide Self Assembled Monolayers

A. K. Nowinski;

Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Orthopaedic Alternative Bearing Surfaces: Laboratory Findings and Clinical Actualities


Tribological Evaluation of a Drug Enriched Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene for Enhanced Total Joint Replacement Bearing Surface Functionality

C. J. Wright-Walker, J. D. DesJardins, F. Alexis, M. LaBerge;

Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC.


Mechanical Properties and Wear Resistance of an Anti-Oxidant Stabilized Crosslinked Polyethylene

H. McKellop1, F-W. Shen2, A. F. Senyurt3, Y-S. Liao3, Z. Lu2, D. Warner3;

1UCLA-Orthopaedic Hosp., Los Angeles, CA, 2UCLA-orthopaedic Hosp., Los Angeles, CA, 3DePuy Orthopaedics, Warsaw, IN.


Fatigue Crack Propagation of Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene - Conformity of Compact Tension Specimen Geometry to ASTM E647

E. W. Patten, C. Cruz, A. Mehdizadeh, S. Assadian, L. A. Pruitt;

Univ. of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.


The Effect of Femoral Head Diameter and Material on the Wear of Highly Crosslinked Polyethylene Liners

A. K. Parikh, P. Hill, V. Pawar;

Smith & Nephew, Inc., Memphis, TN.


High Oxidation- and Wear-Resistance of PMPC-Grafted Polyethylene Arisen by Extra Plasma Irradiation

M. Kyomoto1, T. Moro2, K. Saiga1, Y. Takatori2, K. Ishihara1;

1Dept. of Materials Engineering, The Univ. of Tokyo, Tokyo, JAPAN, 2Div. for Joint Reconstruction, The Univ. of Tokyo, Tokyo, JAPAN.


Bone Ingrowth in Revision Acetabular Components Retrieved Postmortem

D. J. Hall, R. M. Urban, E. L. Dahlmeier, M. P. Laurent, C. J. Della Valle, J. O. Galante, J. J. Jacobs;

Rush Univ. Med. Ctr., Chicago, IL.


Long-Term Wear Evaluation of a Polycarbonate-Urethane Cushion Form Bearing in Artificial Hip Joints

J. J. Elsner1, M. Shemesh1, Y. Mezape1, A. Shterling1, E. Linder-Ganz1, N. Eliaz2;

1Active Implants Corp., Netanya, ISRAEL, 2Sch. of Mechanical Engineering, Tel Aviv Univ., Tel-Aviv, ISRAEL.


Comparative Stability of Irradiated, Vitamin E-Stabilized and Irradiated, Melted UHMWPE Joint Implants

E. Oral, K. K. Wannomae, O. K. Muratoglu;

Massachusetts Gen. Hosp., Boston, MA.