A Simulated Body Fluid is a solution with an ion concentration close to that of human blood plasma, kept under mild conditions of pH and identical physiological temperature. SBF was first introduced by Kokubo et al. in 1990 in order to evaluate the changes on a surface of a bioactive glass ceramic.This is one common test to determine the levels of bioactivity in biomaterials which is very popular due to having simple procedure and uncomplicated instruments and at the same time, providing vital results for the researchers. The  appearance of a layer of apatite on the surface is a positive sign for bioactivity of  the tested material.



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