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3D-printed nanocomposite scaffolds with tunable magnesium ionic microenvironment induce in situ bone tissue regeneration
Shen, Jie; Wang, Wenhao; Zhai, Xinyun; Chen, Bo; Qiao, Wei; Li, Wan; Li, Penghui; Zhao, Ying; Meng, Yuan; Qian, Shi; Liu, Xuanyong; Chu, Paul K.; Yeung, Kelvin W. K.
2019-09-01
Source PublicationAPPLIED MATERIALS TODAY
ISSN2352-9407
Volume16Pages:493
SubtypeArticle
AbstractLocal tissue microenvironment is able to regulate cell-to-cell interaction that leads to effective tissue repair. This study aims to demonstrate a tunable magnesium ionic (Mg2+) microenvironment in bony tissue that can significantly induce bone defect repair. The concept can be realized by using a newly fabricated nanocomposite comprising of custom-made copolymer polycaprolactone-co-poly(ethylene glycol)-co-polycaprolactone (PCL-PEG-PCL) and surface-modified magnesium oxide (MgO) nanoparticles. In this study, additive manufacturing (AM) technology had been adopted to help design the porous three-dimensional (3D) scaffolds with tunable Mg2+ microenvironment. We found that the wettability and printability of new copolymer had been improved as compared with that of PCL polymer. Additionally, when MgO nanoparticles incorporated into the newly synthesized hydrophilic copolymer matrix, it could lead to increased compressive moduli significantly. In the in vitro studies, the fabricated nanocomposite scaffold with low concentration of Mg2+ microenvironment not only demonstrated better cytocompatibility, but also remarkably enhanced osteogenic differentiation in vitro as compared with the pure PCL and PCL-PEG-PCL co-polymer controls. In the animal studies, we also found that superior and early bone formation and tissue mineralization could be observed in the same 3D printed scaffold. However, the nanocomposite scaffold with high concentration of Mg2+ jeopardized the in situ bony tissue regeneration capability due to excessive magnesium ions in bone tissue microenvironment. Lastly, this study demonstrates that the nanocomposite 3D scaffold with controlled magnesium concentration in bone tissue microenvironment can effectively promote bone defect repair. (C) 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Keyword3D printing Magnesium ion Microenvironment Scaffold Bone
DOI10.1016/j.apmt.2019.07.012
Language英语
WOS Research AreaMaterials Science
PublisherELSEVIER
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.sic.ac.cn/handle/331005/26860
Collection中国科学院上海硅酸盐研究所
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Shen, Jie,Wang, Wenhao,Zhai, Xinyun,et al. 3D-printed nanocomposite scaffolds with tunable magnesium ionic microenvironment induce in situ bone tissue regeneration[J]. APPLIED MATERIALS TODAY,2019,16:493.
APA Shen, Jie.,Wang, Wenhao.,Zhai, Xinyun.,Chen, Bo.,Qiao, Wei.,...&Yeung, Kelvin W. K..(2019).3D-printed nanocomposite scaffolds with tunable magnesium ionic microenvironment induce in situ bone tissue regeneration.APPLIED MATERIALS TODAY,16,493.
MLA Shen, Jie,et al."3D-printed nanocomposite scaffolds with tunable magnesium ionic microenvironment induce in situ bone tissue regeneration".APPLIED MATERIALS TODAY 16(2019):493.
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