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Many physiological stipulations akin to host security or getting older and pathological stipulations equivalent to neurodegenerative ailments, and diabetes are linked to the buildup of excessive degrees of reactive oxygen species and reactive nitrogen species. This generates a situation known as oxidative tension. Low degrees of reactive oxygen species, although, that are regularly produced in the course of cardio metabolism, functionality as very important signaling molecules, environment the metabolic velocity of cells and regulating methods starting from gene expression to apoptosis.
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Natural polymers are readily available, inexpensive, and nontoxic. Raw silk, fibrinogen, and collagen have been incubated in SBF solutions to obtain mineralized biopolymers that can be used as biomimetic bone analogs (Takeuchi et al. 2003; Wei et al. 2008; Girija, Yokogawa, and Nagata 2002). However, since these polymers are protein-based, they may elicit undesired immunological responses when placed in vivo. Alternative natural materials are polysaccharide-based systems, several of which have been developed and used as biomineralization templates.
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