Concentration- and time-dependent response of human gingival fibroblasts to fibroblast growth factor 2 immobilized on titanium dental implants

Qianli Ma; Wei Wang; Chu, Paul K.; Shenglin Mei; Kun Ji; Lei Jin; Yumei Zhang
January 2012
International Journal of Nanomedicine;2012, Vol. 7, p1965
Academic Journal
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