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TitleIn vivo performance of hierarchical HRP-crosslinked silk fibroin/β-TCP scaffolds for osteochondral tissue regeneration
Author(s)Ribeiro, Viviana Pinto
Pina, Sandra Cristina Almeida
Canadas, R. F.
Morais, A.
Vilela, C.
Vieira, Sílvia Cristina Araújo
Cengiz, I. F.
Reis, R. L.
Oliveira, Joaquim M.
KeywordsHierarchical scaffolds
Horseradish peroxidase-mediated crosslinking
Osteochondral regeneration
Rabbit critical defect
Silk Fibroin
ZnSr-tricalcium phosphate
Issue dateSep-2019
PublisherHapres
JournalRegenerative Medicine Frontiers
CitationRibeiro V. P., Pina S., Canadas R. F., Morais A., Vilela C., Vieira S., Cengiz I. F., Reis R. L., Oliveira J. M. In Vivo Performance of Hierarchical HRP-Crosslinked Silk Fibroin/β-TCP Scaffolds for Osteochondral Tissue Regeneration, Regenerative Medicine Frontiers, doi:10.20900/rmf20190007, 2019
Abstract(s)Background: Osteochondral defects (OCD) can affect the articular cartilage and subchondral bone tissues, which requires superior therapies for the simultaneous and full restoration of such structurally and biologically different tissues. Methods: Tissue engineered OC grafts were prepared using a horseradish peroxidase (HRP) approach to crosslink silk fibroin (HRP-SF) as the articular cartilage-like layer and an underlying HRP-SF/ZnSrTCP subchondral bone-like layer (HRP-SF/dTCP), through salt-leaching/freeze-drying methodologies. In vivo OC regeneration was assessed by implantating the hierarchical scaffolds in rabbit critical size OC defects, during 8 weeks. A comparative analysis was performed using hierarchical OC grafts made of pure β-TCP (HRP-SF/TCP). Results: The hierarchical scaffolds showed good integration into the host tissue and no signs of acute inflammatory reaction, after 8 weeks of implantation. The histological analyses revealed positive collagen type II and glycosaminoglycansâ formation in the articular cartilage-like layer. New bone ingrowthâ s and blood vessels infiltration were detected in the subchondral bone-like layers. Conclusions: The proposed hierarchical scaffolds presented an adequate in vivo response with cartilage tissue regeneration and calcified tissue formation specially promoted by the ionic incorporation into the subchondral bone layer, confirming the hierarchical structures as suitable for OCD regeneration.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/61432
DOI10.20900/rmf20190007
ISSN2633-0806
Publisher versionhttps://rmf.hapres.com/htmls/RMF_1104_Detail.html
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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