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AbstractCollagen-phosphate composites (COL/β-TCP) are novel materials that have the potential to be used as bone analogues. The aim of our study was to develop a porous bioactive material composed of type I collagen, the main bone protein and tricalcium phosphate, the mineral phase of natural bone, and investigate their in vitro biocompatibility in a human dermal fibroblast culture system. In order to obtain the bioactive materials, type I collagen was isolated from bovine tendon anddoi:10.2478/s11535-006-0005-7 fatcat:v5fibrgqn5gf5mibywvmvrj4ja