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A patterned nanocomposite membrane for high-efficiency healing of diabetic wound
Li, Jinyan1,2; Lv, Fang3; Xu, He4; Zhang, Yali2; Wang, Jie4; Yi, Zhengfang3; Yin, Jingbo1; Chang, Jiang2; Wu, Chengtie2
2017
Source PublicationJournal of Materials Chemistry B
ISSN20507518
Volume5Issue:10Pages:1926-1934
AbstractThe highly efficient therapy of diabetic wounds represents a significant clinical challenge. To effectively stimulate angiogenesis and accelerate diabetic wound healing, we prepared a nanocomposite dressing that combined bioactive glass (BG) nanocoatings with a patterned electrospun membrane (BG/PEM) via a pulsed laser deposition (PLD) technique. The results showed that the BG nanocoatings had a homogeneous nanostructure and uniform elemental distribution including Ca, Si, and P. The surface hydrophilicity of the virgin PEM was significantly improved after the BG nanocoatings were deposited. An in vitro study showed that Si ions could be released from BG/PEM in a controlled profile. The proliferation, attachment, and expression of angiogenesis-related genes (endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNos) and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF)) of human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVECs) on BG/PEM were significantly enhanced in comparison with those of the cells on the PEM. An in vivo study showed that diabetic mice wounds treated with BG/PEM had closed by nearly 80% at day 13, which is a significantly higher rate than that obtained with the PEM (57%) and control (56%) groups. Furthermore, wounds treated with BG/PEM displayed significantly improved efficiency in the stimulation of angiogenesis (indicated by CD31 expression and number of new blood vessels), as well as re-epithelialization. Overall, our results indicated that the BG/PEM nanocomposites were promising biomaterials for the rapid stimulation of angiogenesis and highly efficient healing of diabetic wounds. © The Royal Society of Chemistry.
DOI10.1039/c7tb00124j
EI Accession Number20171103441980
EI KeywordsEndothelial cells
EI Classification Number461 Bioengineering and Biology - 462.5 Biomaterials (including synthetics) - 702.2 Fuel Cells - 732.1 Control Equipment - 744.9 Laser Applications - 761 Nanotechnology - 804.2 Inorganic Compounds - 913.1 Production Engineering - 933 Solid State Physics
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Identifierhttp://ir.sic.ac.cn/handle/331005/25490
Collection中国科学院上海硅酸盐研究所
Affiliation1.Department of Polymer Materials, Shanghai University, 333 Nanchen Road, Shanghai; 200444, China;
2.State Key Laboratory of High Performance Ceramics and Superfine Microstructure, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai; 200050, China;
3.Shanghai Key Laboratory of Regulatory Biology, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, School of Life Sciences, East China Normal University, Shanghai; 200241, China;
4.College of Life and Environment Sciences, Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai; 200234, China
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Li, Jinyan,Lv, Fang,Xu, He,et al. A patterned nanocomposite membrane for high-efficiency healing of diabetic wound[J]. Journal of Materials Chemistry B,2017,5(10):1926-1934.
APA Li, Jinyan.,Lv, Fang.,Xu, He.,Zhang, Yali.,Wang, Jie.,...&Wu, Chengtie.(2017).A patterned nanocomposite membrane for high-efficiency healing of diabetic wound.Journal of Materials Chemistry B,5(10),1926-1934.
MLA Li, Jinyan,et al."A patterned nanocomposite membrane for high-efficiency healing of diabetic wound".Journal of Materials Chemistry B 5.10(2017):1926-1934.
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