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By combining ECD with photolithography (a mature technique in microelectronics), we demonstrated that patterned CaP deposition could also be achieved. MATERIALS AND METHODS Commercially pure titanium plates (20x20*3mm) were first mechanically grinded with 800 grit sand paper and then sonicated in acetone, ethanol and distilled water each for 5 min and etched in 1% HF for 5min. Plates were sonicated again in distilled water and stored in distilled water. 8mM Ca. 7 by addition of IN NaOH stock solution.
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Deposited coating is crack free and has uniform porous structure at sub-micron level. 47. Calcium phosphate coating with different patterns were made on the metallic substrates by combining photolithography technique with ECD. The patterned bio-ceramic coatings are expected to regulate cell attachment and activity and have potential applications in biomedical implants and biosensors. INTRODUCTION Calcium phosphate (CaP) bio-ceramics have been known to be biocompatible and widely used as coatings on metallic prostheses '.
Bioceramics: Materials and Applications IV, Volume 147