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Osteoinductive Glass-Ceramic Composite
Osteogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) in the presence of a CaSiO3 disc prepared using the new method (H1150LTS) vs. traditional Bioglass®Invention Summary: Researchers at Rutgers University have developed a novel osteoinductive glass-ceramic composite material and method of manufacturing. The final product is a glas...
Published: 4/1/2019   |   Inventor(s): Richard Riman, Berra Siglam, Joachim Kohn, Yong Mao
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Category(s): Physical Sciences
Multifunctional Rare Earth-Based Biophotonic Composites
Image showing use of bio-encapsulated Rare Earth (RE) doped nanoparticles targeting melanoma cells.Invention Summary:Researchers at Rutgers University have developed new rare earth (RE)-based light-emitting, multifunctional composites for use in various biomedical applications, such as non-invasive imaging, image–guided interventions, drug tr...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Prabhas Moghe, Richard Riman, Charles Roth, Mei-Chee Tan, Dominik Naczynski
Keywords(s): drug tracking and delivery, photodynamic therapy, Photonics
Category(s): Physical Sciences, Biomaterials
Hydroxyapatite With Controllable Size And Morphology
Invention Summary:Hydroxyapatite (HAp) is a naturally occurring mineral having the formula Ca10(PO4)6(OH)2; almost 50% of bone is made up of a modified form of this mineral. HAp has attracted much attention for its excellent biocompatibility and bioactivity, and its use as an implant material. Often the material of choice for the fabrication of den...
Published: 8/29/2018   |   Inventor(s): Richard Riman, Alexander Burukhin, Eugene Zlotnikov, Dan Haders
Keywords(s): used for coating surgical implants
Category(s): Physical Sciences, Materials
Riman Biomaterials Portfolio
Hydroxyapatite, HAp, chemical formula Ca10 (PO4)6(OH)2 has attracted the attention of researchers over the past thirty years as an implant material because of its excellent biocompatibility and bioactivity. HAp has been used extensively in medicine for implant fabrication. It is commonly the material of choice for fabricating dense and porous bioce...
Published: 1/6/2014   |   Inventor(s): Richard Riman
Keywords(s): used for coating surgical implants
Category(s): Physical Sciences