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Hydroxyapatite promotes superior keratocyte adhesion and proliferation in comparison with current keratoprosthesis skirt materials
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    PHEMA as a keratoprosthesis material
    • Celia R Hicks, Director, Biomaterials and Polymer Research, Lions Eye Institute
    • Other Contributors:
      • Traian V Chirila, Sarojini Vijayasekaran, Geoffrey J Crawford

    Dear Editor,

    An aim to provide an optimised keratoprosthesis, with excellent biointegration, and all other properties meeting ideal requirements, is one we share with the authors of the recent article entitled “Hydroxyapatite promotes superior keratocyte adhesion and proliferation in comparison with current keratoprosthesis skirt materials”.[1] However, the current paper includes some points that require clarificatio...

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