Investigating the Effect of Glass Ion Release on the Cytocompatibility, Antibacterial Eflcacy and Antioxidant Activity of Y2O3 / CeO2 doped SiO2-SrO-Na2O glasses

Investigating the Effect of Glass Ion Release on the Cytocompatibility, Antibacterial Eflcacy and... References[1] Cao W., Hench L.L., Bioactive materials, Ceram. Int., 1996, 22(19), 439-507.[2] Oliveira J.M., Correia R.N., Fernandes M.H., Effects of Si speciation on the in vitro bioactivity of glasses, Biomat., 2002, 23(2), 371-9.[3] Peitl O., Dutra Zanotto E., Hench L.L., Highly bioactive P2O5-Na2O-CaO-SiO2 glass- ceramics, J. Non-Cryst. Sol., 2001, 292(1-3), 115-26.[4] Hoppe A., Güldal N.S., Boccaccini A.R., A review of the biological response to ionic dissolution products from bioactive glasses and glass-ceramics, Biomat., 2011, 32(11), 2757-74.[5] Zhang X.F., Coughlan A., O’Shea H., Towler M.R., Kehoe S., Boyd D., Experimental composite guidance conduits for peripheral nerve repair: An evaluation of ion release, Mat. Sci. Eng: C., 2012, 32(6), 1654-1663.[6] Zhang X.F., Kehoe S., Adhi S.K., Ajithkumar T.G., Moane S., O’Shea H., Boyd D., Composition-structure-property (Zn2+ and Ca2+ ion release) evaluation of Si-Na-Ca-Zn-Ce glasses: Potential components for nerve guidance conduits, Mat. Sci. Eng: C., 2011, 31(3), 669-676.[7] Zhang X.F., O’Shea H., Kehoe S., Boyd D., Time-dependent evaluation of mechanical properties and in vitro cytocompatibility of experimental composite-based nerve guidance conduits, J. Mec. Beh. Biomed. Mat., 2011, 4(7), 1266-1274.[8] Jurkić L.M., Cepanec I., Pavelić S.K., Pavelić K., Biological and therapeutic effects of ortho- silicic acid and some ortho-silicic acid-releasing compounds: New perspectives for therapy, Nutr. Metab., 2013, 10(2), 1-12.[9] Reynolds R.M., Padfield P.L., Seckl J.R., Disorders of sodiumbalance, Brit. Med. J., 2006, 332(7543), 702-5.[10] Blaustein M.P., Lederer W.J., Sodium/Calcium exchange: Its physiological implications, Physiol. Rev., 1999, 79(3), 763-854.[11] Schubert D., Dargusch R., Raitano J., Chan S-W., Cerium and yttrium oxide nanoparticles are neuroprotective, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Com., 2006, 342(1), 86-91.[12] Pors Nielsen S., The biological role of strontium, Bone, 2004, 35(3), 583-8.[13] O’Donnell M.D., Hill R.G., Influence of strontium and the importance of glass chemistry and structure when designing bioactive glasses for bone regeneration, Acta Biomater, 2010, 6(7), 2382- 5.10.1016/j.actbio.2010.01.006[14] O’Donnell M.D., Candarlioglu P.L., Miller C.A., Gentleman E., Stevens M.M., Materials characterisation and cytotoxic assessment of strontium-substituted bioactive glasses for bone regeneration, J. Mat. Chem., 2010, 20(40), 8934-41.[15] Choi D.W., Calcium and excitotoxic neuronal injury, Ann. NY Acad. Sci., 1994, 747(1), 162- 71.[16] Arundine M., Tymianski M., Molecular mechanisms of calciumdependent neurodegeneration in excitotoxicity, Cell. Calcium., 2003, 34(4-5), 325-337.10.1016/S0143-4160(03)00141-6[17] Lai T.W., Zhang S., Wang Y.T., Excitotoxicity and stroke: Identifying novel targets for neuroprotection, Prog. Neurobio., 2014, 115, 157-188.[18] Mehta A., Prabhakar M., Kumar P., Deshmukh R., Sharma P.L., Excitotoxicity: Bridge to various triggers in neurodegenerative disorders, Eur. J. Pharma., 2013, 698(1-3), 6-18.[19] Leonelli C., Lusvardi G., Malavasi G., Menabue L., Tonelli M., Synthesis and characterization of cerium-doped glasses and in vitro evaluation of bioactivity, J. Non-Cry. Sol., 2003, 316(2-3), 198-216.[20] Cacaina D., Ylanen H., Hupa M., Simon S., Study of yttrium containing bioactive glasses behaviour in simulated body fluid, J. Mat. Sci. Mat. Med., 2006, 17(8), 709-16.[21] Das M., Patil S., Bhargava N., Kang J-F., Riedel L.M., Seal S., Hickman J.J., Auto-catalytic ceria nanoparticles offer neuroprotection to adult rat spinal cord neurons, Biomat, 2007, 28(10), 1918-25.[22] Ben-Arfa B.A.E., Diopside-calcium pyrophosphate bioglasses doped with some additives, Department of Ceramics and Glass Engineering, University of Aveiro, University of Aveiro, 2011, p. 56.[23] Blinzinger K., Kreutzberg G., Displacement of synaptic terminals from regenerating motoneurons by microglial cells, Zeitschrift fur Zellforschung und mikroskopische Anatomie, 1968 85(2), 145-57.[24] Midha R., Emerging techniques for nerve repair: nerve transfers and nerve guidance tubes, Clin. Neur., 2006, 53185-90.[25] Wolf J.A., Stys P.K., Lusardi T., Meaney D., Smith D.H., Traumatic axonal injury induces calciuminflux modulated by tetrodotoxinsensitive sodium channels, J. Neurosci., 2001, 21(6), 1923-30.[26] LoPachin R.M., Lehning E.J., Mechanism of calcium entry during axon injury and degeneration, Toxicol. Appl. Pharm., 1997, 143(2), 233-44.[27] Jeans L.A., Gilchrist T., Healy D., Peripheral nerve repair by means of a flexible biodegradable glass fibre wrap: A comparisonwith microsurgical epineurial repair, J. Plast. Reconstr. Aes., 2007, 60(12), 1302-8.[28] Bunting S., Di Silvio L., Deb S., Hall S., Bioresorbable glass fibres facilitate peripheral nerve regeneration, J. Hand. Surg., 2005, 30B(3), 242-7. [29] Ferguson T.A., Son Y.J., Extrinsic and intrinsic determinants of nerve regeneration, J. Tiss. Eng., 2011, 2(1).[30] Marquardt L.M., Day D., Sakiyama-Elbert S.E., Harkins A.B., Effects of borate-based bioactive glass on neuron viability and neurite extension, J. Biomed. Mat. Res. A., 2014, 102(8), 2767-75.[31] Miguez-Pacheco V., Hench L.L., Boccaccini A.R., Bioactive glasses beyond bone and teeth: Emerging applications in contact with soft tissues, Acta Biomater., 2015, 13(0), 1-15.[32] Zeng Y., Xiong M., Yu H., He N., Wang Z., Liu Z., Han H., Chen S., Clinical effect of methylprednisolone sodium succinate and mouse nerve growth factor for injection in treating acute spinal cord injury and cauda equina injury, Chin. J. Rep. Rec. Sur., 2010, 24(10), 1208-11.[33] Wang H.B.,Mullins M.E., Cregg J.M., McCarthy C.W., Gilbert R.J., Varying the diameter of aligned electrospun fibers alters neurite outgrowth and Schwann cell migration, Acta Biomat., 2010, 6(8), 2970-8.[34] Placek L.M., Keenan T.J., Laflr F., Coughlan A., Wren A.W., Characterization of Y2O3 and CeO2 doped SiO2-SrO-Na2O bioactive glasses, Biomed. Glasses., 2015 1(1).[35] Placek L.M., Keenan T.J., Laflr F., Coughlan A., Wren A.W., Bioactivity of Y2O3 and CeO2 doped SiO2-SrO-Na2O Bioactive Glasses, J. Biomat. App., 2016, 31(2), 165-180. [36] Cerruti M., Greenspan D., Powers K., Effect of pH and ionic strength on the reactivity of Bioglassr 45S5, Biomat, 2005, 26(14), 1665-74. [37] Xiao Y., Lasaga A.C., Ab initio quantum mechanical studies of the kinetics and mechanisms of quartz dissolution: OH− catalysis, Geochim. Cosmochim. Ac., 1996, 60(13), 2283-95.10.1016/0016-7037(96)00101-9[38] Plettinck S., Chou L., Wollast R., Kinetics and mechanisms of dissolution of silica at room temperature and pressure, Mineral. Mag. A., 1994, 58728-9.[39] Dent Glasser L.S., Kataoka N., The chemistry of ‘alkaliaggregate’ reaction, Cem. Con. Res., 1981, 11(1), 1-9.[40] Fleming B.A., Kinetics of reaction between silicic acid and amorphous silica surfaces in NaCl solutions, J. Colloid. Interf. Sci., 1986, 110(1), 40-64.[41] Rothbaum H.P., Rohde A.G., Kinetics of silica polymerization and deposition from dilute solutions between 5 and 180∘C, J. Colloid. Interf. Sci., 1979 71(3), 533-59.[42] Icopini G.A., Brantley S.L., Heaney P.J., Kinetics of silica oligomerization and nanocolloid formation as a function of pH and ionic strength at 25∘C, Geochim Cosmochim Ac, 2005 69(2), 293-303.[43] Chan S.H., A review on solubility and polymerization of silica, Geothermics, 1989, 18(1), 49-56.10.1016/0375-6505(89)90009-6[44] Mandal R., Guo A.C., Chaudhary K.K., Liu P., Yallou F.S., Dong E., Aziat F., Wishart D.S., Multi-platform characterization of the human cerebrospinal fluid metabolome: a comprehensive and quantitative update, Genome. Med, 2012, 4(4), 38.10.1186/gm337[45] Kokubo T., Takadama H., How useful is SBF in predicting in vivo bone bioactivity?, Biomat, 2006, 27(15), 2907-15.[46] Verberckmoes S.C., De Broe M.E., D’Haese P.C., Dosedependent effects of strontium on osteoblast function and mineralization, Kidney Int., 2003, 64(2), 534-43.10.1046/j.1523-1755.2003.00123.x[47] Valerio P., Pereira M.M., Goes A.M., Leite M.F., The effect of ionic products from bioactive glass dissolution on osteoblast proliferation and collagen production, Biomat, 2004, 25(15), 2941-8.[48] Fredholm YC, Karpukhina N, Brauer DS, Jones JR, Law RV, Hill RG. Influence of strontium for calcium substitution in bioactive glasses on degradation, ion release and apatite formation, J Roy Soc, 2012 9(70), 880-9.[49] Silver I.A., Deas J., Erecińska M., Interactions of bioactive glasseswith osteoblasts in vitro: effects of 45S5 Bioglassr, and 58S and 77S bioactive glasses on metabolism, intracellular ion concentrations and cell viability, Biomat, 2001, 22(2), 175-85.[50] Small P., Blankenhorn D., Welty D., Zinser E., Slonczewski J.L., Acid and base resistance in Escherichia coli and Shigella flexneri: role of rpoS and growth pH, J. Bacter., 1994, 176(6), 1729-37.[51] Parhad N.M., Rao N.U., Effect of pH on Survival of Escherichia coli, J. Water. Pollut. Control. Fed., 1974, 46(5), 980-6.[52] Baird-Parker A.C., The staphylococci: an introduction, Soc. App. Bacter., 1990, 19, 1S-8S.[53] Whiting R.C., Sackitey S., Calderone S., Morely K., Phillips J.G., Model for the survival of Staphylococcus aureus in non-growth environments, Int. J. Food Microbiol., 1996, 31(1-3), 231- 43. 10.1016/0168-1605(96)01002-1[54] Halpin-Dohnalek M.I., Marth E.H., Staphylococcus aureus: production of extracellular compounds and behavior in foods : a review, J. Food Protect., 1989, 52(4).[55] Jøssang A., Stange E., A new predictive activity model for aqueous salt solutions, Fluid Phase Equilibr., 2001, 181(1-2), 33-46.[56] Marshall B.J.,Ohye D.F., Christian J.H.B., Tolerance of bacteria to high concentrations of NaCl and glycerol in the growth medium, Appl. Microbiol., 1971, 21(2), 363-4.[57] Olson E.R., Influence of pH on bacterial gene expression, Mol. Microbio., 1993, 8(1), 5-14.[58] Greenberg S.A., Sinclair D., The polymerization of silicic acid, J. Phys. Chem., 1955, 59(5), 435-40.10.1021/j150527a014[59] Goto K., Effect of pH on polymerization of silicic acid, J. Phys. Chem., 1956, 60(7), 1007-8.[60] Coradin T., Livage J., Effect of some amino acids and peptides on silicic acid polymerization, Coll. Sur. B., 2001, 21(4), 329-36.[61] Christie J.K., Malik J., Tilocca A., Bioactive glasses as potential radioisotope vectors for in situ cancer therapy: investigating the structural effects of yttrium, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2011, 13(39), 17749-55. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Biomedical Glasses de Gruyter

Investigating the Effect of Glass Ion Release on the Cytocompatibility, Antibacterial Eflcacy and Antioxidant Activity of Y2O3 / CeO2 doped SiO2-SrO-Na2O glasses

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References[1] Cao W., Hench L.L., Bioactive materials, Ceram. Int., 1996, 22(19), 439-507.[2] Oliveira J.M., Correia R.N., Fernandes M.H., Effects of Si speciation on the in vitro bioactivity of glasses, Biomat., 2002, 23(2), 371-9.[3] Peitl O., Dutra Zanotto E., Hench L.L., Highly bioactive P2O5-Na2O-CaO-SiO2 glass- ceramics, J. Non-Cryst. Sol., 2001, 292(1-3), 115-26.[4] Hoppe A., Güldal N.S., Boccaccini A.R., A review of the biological response to ionic dissolution products from bioactive glasses and glass-ceramics, Biomat., 2011, 32(11), 2757-74.[5] Zhang X.F., Coughlan A., O’Shea H., Towler M.R., Kehoe S., Boyd D., Experimental composite guidance conduits for peripheral nerve repair: An evaluation of ion release, Mat. Sci. Eng: C., 2012, 32(6), 1654-1663.[6] Zhang X.F., Kehoe S., Adhi S.K., Ajithkumar T.G., Moane S., O’Shea H., Boyd D., Composition-structure-property (Zn2+ and Ca2+ ion release) evaluation of Si-Na-Ca-Zn-Ce glasses: Potential components for nerve guidance conduits, Mat. Sci. Eng: C., 2011, 31(3), 669-676.[7] Zhang X.F., O’Shea H., Kehoe S., Boyd D., Time-dependent evaluation of mechanical properties and in vitro cytocompatibility of experimental composite-based nerve guidance conduits, J. Mec. Beh. Biomed. Mat., 2011, 4(7), 1266-1274.[8] Jurkić L.M., Cepanec I., Pavelić S.K., Pavelić K., Biological and therapeutic effects of ortho- silicic acid and some ortho-silicic acid-releasing compounds: New perspectives for therapy, Nutr. Metab., 2013, 10(2), 1-12.[9] Reynolds R.M., Padfield P.L., Seckl J.R., Disorders of sodiumbalance, Brit. Med. J., 2006, 332(7543), 702-5.[10] Blaustein M.P., Lederer W.J., Sodium/Calcium exchange: Its physiological implications, Physiol. Rev., 1999, 79(3), 763-854.[11] Schubert D., Dargusch R., Raitano J., Chan S-W., Cerium and yttrium oxide nanoparticles are neuroprotective, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Com., 2006, 342(1), 86-91.[12] Pors Nielsen S., The biological role of strontium, Bone, 2004, 35(3), 583-8.[13] O’Donnell M.D., Hill R.G., Influence of strontium and the importance of glass chemistry and structure when designing bioactive glasses for bone regeneration, Acta Biomater, 2010, 6(7), 2382- 5.10.1016/j.actbio.2010.01.006[14] O’Donnell M.D., Candarlioglu P.L., Miller C.A., Gentleman E., Stevens M.M., Materials characterisation and cytotoxic assessment of strontium-substituted bioactive glasses for bone regeneration, J. Mat. Chem., 2010, 20(40), 8934-41.[15] Choi D.W., Calcium and excitotoxic neuronal injury, Ann. NY Acad. Sci., 1994, 747(1), 162- 71.[16] Arundine M., Tymianski M., Molecular mechanisms of calciumdependent neurodegeneration in excitotoxicity, Cell. Calcium., 2003, 34(4-5), 325-337.10.1016/S0143-4160(03)00141-6[17] Lai T.W., Zhang S., Wang Y.T., Excitotoxicity and stroke: Identifying novel targets for neuroprotection, Prog. Neurobio., 2014, 115, 157-188.[18] Mehta A., Prabhakar M., Kumar P., Deshmukh R., Sharma P.L., Excitotoxicity: Bridge to various triggers in neurodegenerative disorders, Eur. J. Pharma., 2013, 698(1-3), 6-18.[19] Leonelli C., Lusvardi G., Malavasi G., Menabue L., Tonelli M., Synthesis and characterization of cerium-doped glasses and in vitro evaluation of bioactivity, J. Non-Cry. Sol., 2003, 316(2-3), 198-216.[20] Cacaina D., Ylanen H., Hupa M., Simon S., Study of yttrium containing bioactive glasses behaviour in simulated body fluid, J. Mat. Sci. Mat. Med., 2006, 17(8), 709-16.[21] Das M., Patil S., Bhargava N., Kang J-F., Riedel L.M., Seal S., Hickman J.J., Auto-catalytic ceria nanoparticles offer neuroprotection to adult rat spinal cord neurons, Biomat, 2007, 28(10), 1918-25.[22] Ben-Arfa B.A.E., Diopside-calcium pyrophosphate bioglasses doped with some additives, Department of Ceramics and Glass Engineering, University of Aveiro, University of Aveiro, 2011, p. 56.[23] Blinzinger K., Kreutzberg G., Displacement of synaptic terminals from regenerating motoneurons by microglial cells, Zeitschrift fur Zellforschung und mikroskopische Anatomie, 1968 85(2), 145-57.[24] Midha R., Emerging techniques for nerve repair: nerve transfers and nerve guidance tubes, Clin. Neur., 2006, 53185-90.[25] Wolf J.A., Stys P.K., Lusardi T., Meaney D., Smith D.H., Traumatic axonal injury induces calciuminflux modulated by tetrodotoxinsensitive sodium channels, J. Neurosci., 2001, 21(6), 1923-30.[26] LoPachin R.M., Lehning E.J., Mechanism of calcium entry during axon injury and degeneration, Toxicol. Appl. Pharm., 1997, 143(2), 233-44.[27] Jeans L.A., Gilchrist T., Healy D., Peripheral nerve repair by means of a flexible biodegradable glass fibre wrap: A comparisonwith microsurgical epineurial repair, J. Plast. Reconstr. Aes., 2007, 60(12), 1302-8.[28] Bunting S., Di Silvio L., Deb S., Hall S., Bioresorbable glass fibres facilitate peripheral nerve regeneration, J. Hand. Surg., 2005, 30B(3), 242-7. [29] Ferguson T.A., Son Y.J., Extrinsic and intrinsic determinants of nerve regeneration, J. Tiss. Eng., 2011, 2(1).[30] Marquardt L.M., Day D., Sakiyama-Elbert S.E., Harkins A.B., Effects of borate-based bioactive glass on neuron viability and neurite extension, J. Biomed. Mat. Res. A., 2014, 102(8), 2767-75.[31] Miguez-Pacheco V., Hench L.L., Boccaccini A.R., Bioactive glasses beyond bone and teeth: Emerging applications in contact with soft tissues, Acta Biomater., 2015, 13(0), 1-15.[32] Zeng Y., Xiong M., Yu H., He N., Wang Z., Liu Z., Han H., Chen S., Clinical effect of methylprednisolone sodium succinate and mouse nerve growth factor for injection in treating acute spinal cord injury and cauda equina injury, Chin. J. Rep. Rec. Sur., 2010, 24(10), 1208-11.[33] Wang H.B.,Mullins M.E., Cregg J.M., McCarthy C.W., Gilbert R.J., Varying the diameter of aligned electrospun fibers alters neurite outgrowth and Schwann cell migration, Acta Biomat., 2010, 6(8), 2970-8.[34] Placek L.M., Keenan T.J., Laflr F., Coughlan A., Wren A.W., Characterization of Y2O3 and CeO2 doped SiO2-SrO-Na2O bioactive glasses, Biomed. Glasses., 2015 1(1).[35] Placek L.M., Keenan T.J., Laflr F., Coughlan A., Wren A.W., Bioactivity of Y2O3 and CeO2 doped SiO2-SrO-Na2O Bioactive Glasses, J. Biomat. App., 2016, 31(2), 165-180. [36] Cerruti M., Greenspan D., Powers K., Effect of pH and ionic strength on the reactivity of Bioglassr 45S5, Biomat, 2005, 26(14), 1665-74. [37] Xiao Y., Lasaga A.C., Ab initio quantum mechanical studies of the kinetics and mechanisms of quartz dissolution: OH− catalysis, Geochim. Cosmochim. Ac., 1996, 60(13), 2283-95.10.1016/0016-7037(96)00101-9[38] Plettinck S., Chou L., Wollast R., Kinetics and mechanisms of dissolution of silica at room temperature and pressure, Mineral. Mag. A., 1994, 58728-9.[39] Dent Glasser L.S., Kataoka N., The chemistry of ‘alkaliaggregate’ reaction, Cem. Con. Res., 1981, 11(1), 1-9.[40] Fleming B.A., Kinetics of reaction between silicic acid and amorphous silica surfaces in NaCl solutions, J. Colloid. Interf. Sci., 1986, 110(1), 40-64.[41] Rothbaum H.P., Rohde A.G., Kinetics of silica polymerization and deposition from dilute solutions between 5 and 180∘C, J. Colloid. Interf. Sci., 1979 71(3), 533-59.[42] Icopini G.A., Brantley S.L., Heaney P.J., Kinetics of silica oligomerization and nanocolloid formation as a function of pH and ionic strength at 25∘C, Geochim Cosmochim Ac, 2005 69(2), 293-303.[43] Chan S.H., A review on solubility and polymerization of silica, Geothermics, 1989, 18(1), 49-56.10.1016/0375-6505(89)90009-6[44] Mandal R., Guo A.C., Chaudhary K.K., Liu P., Yallou F.S., Dong E., Aziat F., Wishart D.S., Multi-platform characterization of the human cerebrospinal fluid metabolome: a comprehensive and quantitative update, Genome. Med, 2012, 4(4), 38.10.1186/gm337[45] Kokubo T., Takadama H., How useful is SBF in predicting in vivo bone bioactivity?, Biomat, 2006, 27(15), 2907-15.[46] Verberckmoes S.C., De Broe M.E., D’Haese P.C., Dosedependent effects of strontium on osteoblast function and mineralization, Kidney Int., 2003, 64(2), 534-43.10.1046/j.1523-1755.2003.00123.x[47] Valerio P., Pereira M.M., Goes A.M., Leite M.F., The effect of ionic products from bioactive glass dissolution on osteoblast proliferation and collagen production, Biomat, 2004, 25(15), 2941-8.[48] Fredholm YC, Karpukhina N, Brauer DS, Jones JR, Law RV, Hill RG. Influence of strontium for calcium substitution in bioactive glasses on degradation, ion release and apatite formation, J Roy Soc, 2012 9(70), 880-9.[49] Silver I.A., Deas J., Erecińska M., Interactions of bioactive glasseswith osteoblasts in vitro: effects of 45S5 Bioglassr, and 58S and 77S bioactive glasses on metabolism, intracellular ion concentrations and cell viability, Biomat, 2001, 22(2), 175-85.[50] Small P., Blankenhorn D., Welty D., Zinser E., Slonczewski J.L., Acid and base resistance in Escherichia coli and Shigella flexneri: role of rpoS and growth pH, J. Bacter., 1994, 176(6), 1729-37.[51] Parhad N.M., Rao N.U., Effect of pH on Survival of Escherichia coli, J. Water. Pollut. Control. Fed., 1974, 46(5), 980-6.[52] Baird-Parker A.C., The staphylococci: an introduction, Soc. App. Bacter., 1990, 19, 1S-8S.[53] Whiting R.C., Sackitey S., Calderone S., Morely K., Phillips J.G., Model for the survival of Staphylococcus aureus in non-growth environments, Int. J. Food Microbiol., 1996, 31(1-3), 231- 43. 10.1016/0168-1605(96)01002-1[54] Halpin-Dohnalek M.I., Marth E.H., Staphylococcus aureus: production of extracellular compounds and behavior in foods : a review, J. Food Protect., 1989, 52(4).[55] Jøssang A., Stange E., A new predictive activity model for aqueous salt solutions, Fluid Phase Equilibr., 2001, 181(1-2), 33-46.[56] Marshall B.J.,Ohye D.F., Christian J.H.B., Tolerance of bacteria to high concentrations of NaCl and glycerol in the growth medium, Appl. Microbiol., 1971, 21(2), 363-4.[57] Olson E.R., Influence of pH on bacterial gene expression, Mol. Microbio., 1993, 8(1), 5-14.[58] Greenberg S.A., Sinclair D., The polymerization of silicic acid, J. Phys. Chem., 1955, 59(5), 435-40.10.1021/j150527a014[59] Goto K., Effect of pH on polymerization of silicic acid, J. Phys. Chem., 1956, 60(7), 1007-8.[60] Coradin T., Livage J., Effect of some amino acids and peptides on silicic acid polymerization, Coll. Sur. B., 2001, 21(4), 329-36.[61] Christie J.K., Malik J., Tilocca A., Bioactive glasses as potential radioisotope vectors for in situ cancer therapy: investigating the structural effects of yttrium, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2011, 13(39), 17749-55.

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