Repair of calvarial bone defects in mice using electrospun polystyrene scaffolds combined with β-TCP or gold nanoparticles

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TitreRepair of calvarial bone defects in mice using electrospun polystyrene scaffolds combined with β-TCP or gold nanoparticles
Type de publicationArticle de revue
AuteurTerranova, Lisa , Dragusin, Diana Maria, Mallet, Romain
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, Vasile, Eugeniu, Stancu, Izabella-Cristina, Behets, Catherine, Chappard, Daniel
EditeurElsevier
TypeArticle scientifique dans une revue à comité de lecture
Année2017
LangueAnglais
DateFév. 2017
Pagination29-37
Volume93
Titre de la revueMicron
ISSN1878-4291
Mots-clésBiocompatibility, Cytocompatibility, Electrospinning, Gold nanoparticles, Polystyrene fibers, β-TCP
Résumé en anglais

Non-biodegradable porous polystyrene (PS) scaffolds, composed of microfibers, have been prepared by electrospinning for the reconstruction of large bone defects. PS microfibers were prepared by incorporating β-TCP grains inside the polymer or grafting gold nanoparticles surface functionalized with mercaptosuccinic acid. Cytocompatibility of the three types of scaffolds (PS, β-TCP-PS and Au-PS) was studied by seeding human mesenchymal stem cells. Biocompatibility was evaluated by implanting β-TCP-PS and Au-PS scaffolds into a critical size (4mm) calvarial defect in mice. Calvaria were taken 6, 9, and 12 weeks after implantation; newly formed bone and cellular response was analyzed by microcomputed tomography (microCT) and histology. β-TCP-PS scaffolds showed a significantly higher cell proliferation in vitro than on PS or Au-PS alone; clearly, the presence of β-TCP grains improved cytocompatibility. Biocompatibility study in the mouse calvaria model showed that β-TCP-PS scaffolds were significantly associated with more newly-formed bone than Au-PS. Bone developed by osteoconduction from the defect margins to the center. A dense fibrous connective tissue containing blood vessels was identified histologically in both types of scaffolds. There was no inflammatory foci nor giant cell in these areas. AuNPs aggregates were identified histologically in the fibrosis and also incorporated in the newly-formed bone matrix. Although the different types of PS microfibers appeared cytocompatible during the in vitro experiment, they appeared biotolerated in vivo since they induced a fibrotic reaction associated with newly formed bone.

URL de la noticehttp://okina.univ-angers.fr/publications/ua15892
DOI10.1016/j.micron.2016.11.001
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Autre titreMicron
Identifiant (ID) PubMed27912139