Subject: can one replace broken bones and joints with animal bones instead
Date: Sat Feb 16 19:20:19 2008
Posted by Julian
Grade level: 10-12
City: Vancouver State/Province: BC
Area of science: Immunology
I recently saw a project where someone was trying to coat metal with bone like
material to make it more bioactivity and to bond better to the rest of the bone.
I would have thought it easier to just use bones to begin with. I think its the
same material and if cleaned should not trigger any immune response. So is
there are reason why this cannot be done.
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