Broadens readers’ understanding of the concept of biosis-abiosis intelligent interface
Offers opportunities to promote significant research in dentistry and its related area for the next generation
Summarizes the latest studies on intelligent interface science by leading authorities
The Tohoku University Graduate School of Dentistry first introduced the concept of “Interface Oral Health Science”, designed to establish and maintain healthy oral cavities, which are home to a number of mixed systems. Included in those systems are: (1) host tissues such as teeth, mucosa, muscle and bone, (2) parasites and microorganisms cohabiting the surfaces of the oral cavity, and (3) biomaterials that are used for the rehabilitation of oral functions. In addition, (4) these systems are subject to severe and complex mechanical forces. Therefore, it is critical to promote dental studies that integrate a wide range of interdisciplinary research as medicine, agriculture, material science, engineering, and pharmacology. With this incentive, international symposiums for interface oral health science have been held several times in the past. The concept has since refined and expanded, the result being the “Biosis-Abiosis Intelligent Interface,” and projects aiming at the creation of highly functional and autonomic intelligent interfaces are ongoing. This book brings together a number of studies on incentives and projects by leading authors. Topics include biosis-abiosis interface of dental implants, biomaterials in interface science, biomedical engineering interface, and cell manipulation and tissue regeneration. Readers not only from the field of dentistry but also many related areas will find this book a valuable resource.
Part I. Symposium I: Biosis-Abiosis Interface of Dental Implants.- 1 Biological events happened on the biosis-abiosis interface: Cellular responses induced by implantable electrospun nanofibrous scaffolds.- 2 Updates in Treatment Modalities and Techniques on Compromised Alveolar Ridge Augmentation for Successful Dental Implant Therapy.- 3 Surface Modification of Dental Implant Improves Implant-Tissue Interface.- 4 Oral Microbiota in Crevices around Dental Implants: Profiling of the Oral Biofilm.- Part II Symposium II: Biomaterials in Interface Science.- 5 Biofunctionalization of Metallic Materials-Creation of Biosis-Abiosis Intelligent Interface.- 6 Evaluation of photocatalytic activity of the TiO2 layer formed on Ti by thermal oxidation.- 7 Enhancing functionalities of metallic materials by controlling phase stability for use in orthopedic implants.- 8 Surface Improvement for Biocompatibility of Ti-6Al-4V by Dealloying in Metallic Melt.- 9 Chemical Vapor Deposition of Ca–P–O Film Coating.- Part III Symposium III: Biomedical Engineering Interface.- 10 Importance of visual cues in hearing restoration by auditory prosthesis.- Part IV Symposium IV: Cell Manipulation and Tissue Regeneration.- 11 Designer supersurfaces via bioinspiration and biomimetics for dental materials and structures.- 12 Feeder Cell Sources and Feeder-Free Methods for Human iPS Cell Culture.- 13 Hydrogel-based biomimetic environment for in vitro cell and tissue manipulation.- 14 Trends in periodontal regeneration therapy: Potential therapeutic strategy of extracellular matrix administration for periodontal ligament regeneration.- Part V Poster Presentation Award Winners.- 15 Histochemical Characteristics of Glycoproteins during Rat Palatine Gland Development.- 16 The role of NFIC in regulating odontoblastic differentiation of human molar stem cells from apical papilla.- 17 Microbicidal activity of artificially generated hydroxyl radicals.- 18 High levels of saturated fatty acids may exacerbate the pathogenesis of primary Sjögren’s syndrome.- 19 Effects of carbon addition on mechanical properties and microstructures of Ni-free Co–Cr–W-based dental alloys.- 20 Periodontal disease as a possible risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease.- 21 Measurement of Skin Elasticity using High Frequency Ultrasound Elastography with Intrinsic Deformation Induced by Arterial Pulsation.- Part VI Poster Presenters.- 22 Effect of macrophage colony-stimulating factor receptor c-Fms antibody on lipopolysaccharide-induced pathological osteoclastogenesis and bone resorption.- 23 The role of Th1 cytokines on mechanical loading-induced osteoclastogenesis and bone resorption.- 24 The ventral primary somatosensory cortex of the primate brain: innate neural interface for dexterous orofacial motor control.- 25 Possible roles of IL-33 in periodontal diseases: Porphyromonas gingivalis induced IL-33 in human gingival epithelial cells.- 26 Prospects for liposome-encapsulated nisin in the prevention of dental caries.- 27 Clinical chipping of zirconia all-ceramic restorations.- 28 Dentin Hypersensitivity: Etiology, prevalence and treatment modalities.- 29 Preventing Aspiration Pneumonia among the Elderly: a Review Focused on the Impact of the Consistency of Food Substances.