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Molecular and structural patterns of bone regeneration in surgically created defects containing bone substitutes.

Journal article
Authors Ibrahim Elgali
Kazuyo Igawa
Anders Palmquist
Maria Lennerås
Wei Xia
Sungjin Choi
Ung-Il Chung
Omar Omar
Peter Thomsen
Published in Biomaterials
Volume 35
Issue 10
Pages 3229-42
ISSN 1878-5905
Publication year 2014
Published at Institute of Clinical Sciences, Department of Biomaterials
Pages 3229-42
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biomaterials.2...
Subject categories Clinical Medicine, Biomaterials Science

Abstract

Several biomaterials have been introduced for bone augmentation. However, information is lacking about the mechanisms of bone regeneration and/or integration of these materials in the recipient bone. This study aimed to determine the molecular and structural events in bone defects after augmentation with synthetic tetrapod-shaped calcium phosphate (Tetrabone; TetraB) compared with natural deproteinized bovine bone (DBB). Defects were created in the epiphyses of rat femurs and filled with TetraB or DBB or left empty (Sham). After 3, 6, 14 and 28 d, samples were harvested for histology, histomorphometry, ultrastructure and gene expression analyses. At 3 d, higher expressions of bone formation (ALP and OC) and remodeling (CatK) genes were detected in TetraB compared with DBB and Sham. Downregulation of bone remodeling genes (TRAP and CatK) was detected in DBB as compared to Sham after 14 d. Histomorphometry at 6 and 14 d demonstrated greater bone contact with the granules in TetraB. At 28 d, a larger bone area per defect was found in TetraB. The present experiments show that a synthetic substitute, consisting of α-tricalcium and octacalcium phosphates, induces early osteogenic and osteoclastic activities and promotes bone formation in trabecular bone defects.

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