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Effect of Sr, Mg and Fe substitution on the physico-chemical and biological properties of Si Ca P multilayer scaffolds


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Title:
Effect of Sr, Mg and Fe substitution on the physico-chemical and biological properties of Si Ca P multilayer scaffolds
Authors:
Mata, Nayarit A
Arango-Ospinab, Marcela
Velasquez, Pablo
Murciano, Ángel
de Haza, Piedad N.
Boccaccini, Aldo R.
Department:
Departamentos de la UMH::Biología Aplicada
Issue Date:
2021-11-15
Abstract:
In this work, a new combination of ceramic materials is proposed for bone tissue engi neering applications. Multilayer scaffolds consisting of a core composed mainly of calcium pyrophosphate and external coatings of silica and calcium doped with Fe3+, Sr2+ and Mg2+ were prepared. To study the influence of the arrangement of dopant ions in the external coatings, two different scaffolds were developed: scaffolds 3J consisting of a single exter nal coating with 9mol% of Fe3+, Sr2+ and Mg2+ ions; and scaffolds 3S comprising three external coatings, each containing 3mol% of Fe3+, Sr2+ and Mg2+ ions. Scaffolds were physico chemically characterized and evaluated for in vitro bioactivity and cellular response in the presence of MG-63 cells. The results showed that the core scaffold displayed no in vitro bioac tivity or good cellular response, but served as a support for the external coatings given its mechanical resistance. The cell viability of scaffolds 3J and 3S increased more than 100% in relation to the core, and also improved cell proliferation and adhesion resulting in a dense layer of cells that covered the scaffolds’ entire surface. The arrangement of ions in the external coatings did not influence the cellular response, but determined the bioactivity rate
Keywords/Subjects:
Bioceramics
Sol–gel
Scaffolds
Ion doping
Type of document:
application/pdf
Access rights:
info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
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Instituto de Bioingeniería



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