Magnesium alloys as bioresorbable biomaterials with drug delivery capabilities

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JESSICA ANNE LYNDON (2017)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4225/03/594086c24245a
  • Subject: Pharmaceutical Sciences | Biomaterials | orthopaedics | corrosion | biomedical engineering | magnesium | drug delivery

Magnesium is one of the most active metals and is prone to corrosion. In construction, automotive and aerospace industries this is seen as a detrimental property. However, coupling corrosion with magnesiums’s favourable strength, weight and density a new type of tempora... View more
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