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    • In vitro biocompatibility of plasma-aided surface-modified 316L stainless steel for intracoronary stents 

      Bayram, C.; Mizrak, A.K.; Aktürk, S.; Kurşaklioǧlu H.; Iyisoy, A.; Ifran, A.; Denkbaş, E.B. (Institute of Physics Publishing, 2010)
      316L-type stainless steel is a raw material mostly used for manufacturing metallic coronary stents. The purpose of this study was to examine the chemical, wettability, cytotoxic and haemocompatibility properties of 316L ...
    • Modeling the rheological properties of highly nano-filled polymers 

      Kourki H.; Mortezaei M.; Famili M.H.N.; Malekipirbazari M. (SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017)
      Organic and inorganic materials are usually added to polymers in order to achieve some benefits such as reducing the product cost, as well as achieving higher modulus and strength. Addition of these materials would change ...