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They attempted EPD of various kinds of CaP ceramics, including commercially available HA particles, HA particles prepared by a precipitation method, β-calcium phosphate (β-TCP) particles, or HA–TCP particles. The CaP ceramic particles were suspended in isopropanol, and an electric field was applied between the lead anode and the cathode made of Ti metal or its alloys. After EPD, calcination was performed under various conditions. It was found that EPD coupled with calcination has a remarkable effect on the composition and crystalline phase of the deposited layer.