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What is the Role of Blood and its Proteins in Regenerative Therapy? Bioengineering and Technological Applications

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In the blood stream, we have plasmatic proteins and proteins that are released upon platelet activation. These proteins, at certain concentration, play an important function in orchestrating complex events that occur to achieve tissue regeneration like chemiotaxis, angiogenesis, cellular proliferation and differentiation. The optimized use of these bioactive clues would offer several advantages and applications in surgery.

Date Added:
12/18/2014

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Eduardo Anitua, MD, DDS, PhD Eduardo Anitua, MD, DDS, PhD
Eduardo Anitua received M.D. in medicine and surgery at the University of Salamanca. He is specialist in Stomatology by the University of the Basque Country (Bilbao, Spain), c...
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Questions & Comments
Anupam Singh - (8/23/2015 11:07 AM)

Informative and interesting Video Prof Eduardo Anitua. A comparative lecture between PRF, L-PRF(Choukron) and PRGF is a demand for more clarity over the concept and I request team DentalXP to bring a lecture for the same. Its always a privilege to learn from this platform.

Edison Louie - (12/22/2014 1:39 AM)

Thank you for your very informative and broad application of PRGF Endoret. I, too, would appreciate a side by side comparison of the above and L-PRF in all applications. Obviously, your success over many years is quite impressive and is highly appreciated and respected by your colleagues.

sameh salama - (12/19/2014 6:18 AM)

thanks a lot Dr. shahram.
what i'm asking about is what to take in consideration the centrifugal force or rpm. in other words is the 400G the recommended amount of centrifugal force required to produce high quality fibrin clots or else.

shahram vaziri - (12/18/2014 9:39 PM)

Dear Sameh: you can use this formula G-force = 0.00001118 x R x RPM² R stands for radius of the rotor in mm . In Hettich EB 20 the radius of rotor is 86 mm. So to get 400 g your RPM should be set at 625 revolution per minute.

sameh salama - (12/18/2014 1:29 PM)

i would like to inquire about the exact centrifugal force for L-PRF synthesis. in most papers and as Dr.choukroun recommended about 400G however, if i'm not mistaken the PC02 centrifuge is close to the hettich EBA model and taking in prespective of the rotor radius and the 3000 rpm to operate with, the centrifugal force is far from 400G. i would like to know if my hypothesis is right or not.is it speed or force that governs the process. thanks

Fur Grup - (12/18/2014 4:21 AM)

Thank you Dr Maurice Salama

Maurice Salama - (12/16/2014 4:12 PM)

Fur Grup; Please take a look at the Video on DentalXP at the following link that shows how to procure PRGF. http://www.dentalxp.com/video/prgf-endoret-protocol-platelet-rich-1121979.aspx?locale=

Fur Grup - (12/16/2014 3:16 PM)

Thank you Dr Eduardo Anitua for this nice presentation. Сouldn't you describe in more detail the protocol of receiving a PRGF?

shahram vaziri - (12/15/2014 2:49 PM)

Dear Dr. Salama: It would be my pleasure to share with dental xp community some of my studies regarding different biologic modifiers. I would be in touch with your committee to see in what format you want my presentation. Thank you.

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