Titanium is not "the most biocompatible metal" under cathodic potential: The relationship between voltage and MC3T3 preosteoblast behavior on electrically polarized cpTi surfaces

Mark T. Ehrensberger, Shiril Sivan, Jeremy L. Gilbert

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