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Kevin T. Foley, Eric J. Woodard, Jonathan R. Slotkin, Cassandra K. Mayotte, Abigail C. Baldwin, Michael C. Brown, and Brian J. Hess

in 1.6% of cases. 5 Composed of a wet-field self-setting aqueous-based reaction comprising tetracalcium phosphate and phosphoserine, TTCP-PS is a novel, bioresorbable bone adhesive. When initially mixed, TTCP-PS maintains a tacky-adhesive character through its initial setting process. It cures within minutes after application and produces a durable adhesive with load-bearing bond strength to wet bone tissue and metals. TTCP-PS has been studied in a canine model for dental implant stabilization 1 and was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration for