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3D printing of metal-organic framework nanosheets-structured scaffolds with tumor therapy and bone construction
Dang, WT; Ma, B; Li, B; Huan, ZG; Ma, N; Zhu, HB; Chang, J; Xiao, Y; Wu, CT
2020-04-01
Source PublicationBIOFABRICATION
ISSN1758-5082
Issue2
SubtypeArticle
AbstractAfter surgical resection for a bone tumor, the uncleared bone tumor cells can multiply and cause recurrence of the bone tumor. It is worthwhile to design a scaffold that kills the remaining bone tumor cells and repairs bone defects that were given rise to by surgical resection. Additionally, it is extremely important to consider the function of angiogenesis in the process of bone regeneration because the newly formed blood vessels can offer the nutrients for bone regeneration. In this work, a novel metal-organic framework Cu-TCPP nanosheets interface-structured beta-tricalcium phosphate (TCP) (Cu-TCPP-TCP) scaffold was successfully prepared through integrating a 3D-printing technique with an in-situ growth method in a solvothermal system. Owing to the excellent photothermal effect of Cu-TCPP nanosheets, Cu-TCPP-TCP scaffolds that were illuminated by near-infrared (NIR) light demonstrated photothermal performance, which was well regulated through varying the contents of Cu-TCPP nanosheets, and the ambient humidity and power density of NIR light. When cultured with osteosarcoma cells, Cu-TCPP-TCP scaffolds killed a significant quantity of osteosarcoma cells through released heat energy after exposure to NIR light with power density 1.0 W cm(-2) and duration 10 min. Similarly, Cu-TCPP-TCP scaffolds ablated subcutaneous bone tumor tissues on the backs of naked mice and suppressed their growth because of the heat energy transformed from NIR light. In-vitro studies found that Cu-TCPP-TCP scaffolds ably supported the attachments of both human bone marrow stromal cells (HBMSCs) and human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVECs), and significantly stimulated expressions of osteogenesis differentiation-related genes in HBMSCs and angiogenesis differentiation-related genes in HUVECs. After implanting Cu-TCPP-TCP scaffolds into the bone defects of rabbits, they effectively promoted bone regeneration. Thus, the integration of the bone-forming bioactivity of TCP scaffolds with the photothermal properties of Cu-TCPP nanosheets and angiogenesis activity of Cu ions makes Cu-TCPP-TCP scaffolds multifunctional, representing a new horizon to develop biomaterials for simultaneously curing bone tumors and repairing bone defects.
DOI10.1088/1758-5090/ab5ae3
WOS KeywordPHOTOTHERMAL THERAPY ; COPPER ; NANOPARTICLES ; ANGIOGENESIS ; VEGF ; RELEASE ; AGENT ; OXIDE
Language英语
WOS Research AreaEngineering ; Materials Science
PublisherIOP PUBLISHING LTD
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.sic.ac.cn/handle/331005/28201
Collection中国科学院上海硅酸盐研究所
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Dang, WT,Ma, B,Li, B,et al. 3D printing of metal-organic framework nanosheets-structured scaffolds with tumor therapy and bone construction[J]. BIOFABRICATION,2020(2).
APA Dang, WT.,Ma, B.,Li, B.,Huan, ZG.,Ma, N.,...&Wu, CT.(2020).3D printing of metal-organic framework nanosheets-structured scaffolds with tumor therapy and bone construction.BIOFABRICATION(2).
MLA Dang, WT,et al."3D printing of metal-organic framework nanosheets-structured scaffolds with tumor therapy and bone construction".BIOFABRICATION .2(2020).
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