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Biomimetic hydrogels designed for cartilage tissue engineering

Cartilage regeneration and repair continue to be a medical challenge due to the limited ability of cartilage to self-regenerate. Regenerative strategies might include making use of cell treatments and cells engineering by combining pertinent cells, scaffolds and instructive biomolecules to regulate or stimulate cartilage repair service. Different studies on the solution of cartilage-like hydrogels based on materials such as jelly, chondroitin sulfate, hyaluronic acid and polyethylene glycol are summed up and contrasted in regards to their mechanical properties and capacity to improve cell function such as cell feasibility and GAG content.

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Rheological Properties of Cartilage Glycosaminoglycans and Proteoglycans

A lot of GAGs in the body form proteoglycans, and the dominant PG in cartilage is the bottlebrush-shaped aggrecan, comprised of a protein core enhanced by GAG side chains consisting generally of chondroitin sulfate and keratan sulfate. Furthermore, hyaluronic acid induces aggrecan to self-assemble into complicateds having up to 100 aggrecan particles connected to each HA chain "foundation". Here, we report the rheological properties of CS, HA, aggrecan, and aggrecan-- HA complexes in water and salt services. We find that CS remedies are viscous liquids, while HA remedies show viscoelasticity and shear thinning. Especially, when it comes to HA, the storage space modulus G ′ surpasses the loss modulus G ″ at high regularities while the reverse holds true at reduced ω.

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Chondroprotective effect of Alpinia oxyphylla extract in experimentally induced cartilage degradation in rabbit articular cartilage explants

Below, we evaluated the chondroprotective impact of A. oxyphylla dried fruit ethanol extract against cartilage destruction in bunny articular cartilage explants. Treatment of interleukin‐1α and plasminogen increased abject collagen launch in culture supernatants, yet pretreatment of AOE prevented the collagen release in dose‐dependent manner. To analyze the mechanism of activity of AOE on chondroprotection, the degree of matrix metalloproteinases‐3, matrix metalloproteinases‐13, cells prevention of metalloprotease‐1, and inflammatory mediators like prostaglandin E ₂ and nitric oxide was examined. AOE prevented upregulation of MMP‐3 and MMP‐13 and downregulation of TIMP‐1 and reduced rise of PGE ₂ and NO level caused by exposure of IL‐1α and plasminogen. For the very first time, we exhibited the inhibitory effect of AOE on collagen destruction through controling MMPs and TIMP‐1 in articular cartilage explants. These searchings for sustain AOE could be used as organic restorative application for safeguarding articular cartilage to avoid OA.

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The regulation of cartilage extracellular matrix homeostasis in joint cartilage degeneration and regeneration

Being the trademark of OA, the cartilage extracellular matrix devastation and irregular homeostasis is getting even more interest as a therapeutic target in cartilage regrowth. In this review, we sum up the function of abnormal ECM homeostasis in the joint cartilage during OA. In addition, we provide an update on the cartilage ECM derived biomarkers and regenerative medicine therapies targeting cartilage ECM that includes preclinical pet designs research study and professional trials.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7185113


Cartilage Mimics Adaptive Lubrication

Here, we report the effective prep work of thermoresponsive layered materials by implanting a poly polyelectrolyte brush onto the subsurface of an initiator-embedded high strength hydrogel [poly] [P] The top soft hydrogel/brush composite layer supplies liquid lubrication, while the lower thermoresponsive hydrogel layer shows flexible load-bearing capability that reveals tunable stiff or modulus in response to the temperature above and below the lower crucial service temperature. Such a common lubrication-regulated behavior can be attributed to the synergy impact of the enhanced load-bearing capability of the lower layer and the enhanced lubrication behavior of the leading layer with an increase in the polyelectrolyte brush chain density, which is comparable to the mechanically controlled flexible lubrication mechanism of the natural cartilage layer. Present study outcomes give a motivation for creating unique biomimetic lubrication materials with substantial load-bearing capability and suggest a method for creating intelligent/stable friction-actuation devices.

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Cartilage lamina splendens inspired nanostructured coating for biomaterial lubrication

Biomaterials that are made use of in biological systems, such as polycarbonate urethane knee joint implants and contact lenses, generally do not have lubrication. Below, we recommend a nanostructured movie based on hydrophilic polysaccharide hyaluronic acid conjugated with dopamine and zwitterionic lowered glutathione, which develops a composite layer to boost the lubrication between cartilage and PCU. HADN was synthesized by carbodiimide chemistry between hyaluronic acid and dopamine and transferred on PCU surface under moderate oxidative conditions. Measurements of the coefficient of rubbing, rubbing energy dissipation and cartilage roughness showed that cartilage was successfully safeguarded by the high lubrication of HADN-Glu.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7313101


High-Strength, Strongly Bonded Nanocomposite Hydrogels for Cartilage Repair

Polyacrylamide-based hydrogels are commonly utilized as possible prospects for cartilage replacement. In today work, the strength of polyacrylamide hydrogels was enhanced utilizing titanium oxide and carbon nanotubes separately and a combination of TiO ₂ with CNTs in a PAM matrix, which was interlinked by the bonding in between nanoparticles and polymers with the release of density useful theory technique. The synergistic result and strong interfacial bonding of TiO ₂ and CNT nanoparticles with PAM are credited to high compressive stamina, flexible modulus, and leak resistance for the PAM-- TiO ₂-- CNT hydrogel. The PAM-- TiO ₂-- CNT composite hydrogel disclosed a substantial self-healing phenomenon together with a sign toward the bioactivity and cytocompatibility by forming the apatite crystals in simulated body fluid along with showing a cell stability of ∼ 99%, specifically. Consequently, the prepared polyacrylamide hydrogels in combination with the TiO ₂ and CNT can be a remarkable nanocomposite hydrogel for cartilage repair work applications.

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Effects of GH/IGF axis on bone and cartilage

Therefore, activities of GH/IGF have been studied in many cells and organs over years. GH and IGF-1 become part of the hypothalamic/pituitary somatotrophic axis that contains many other governing hormonal agents, receptors, binding healthy proteins, and proteases. In humans, GH/IGF actions peak during pubertal growth and manage skeletal acquisition through stimulation of extracellular matrix production and increases in bone mineral density. In this review, we will focus on GH/IGF -1 activity in bone and cartilage.

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Engineering a Highly Biomimetic Chitosan-Based Cartilage Scaffold by Using Short Fibers and a Cartilage-Decellularized Matrix

Chitosan -based scaffolds have been extensively made use of for cartilage regeneration because of its chemostructural resemblance to the glycosaminoglycans discovered in the extracellular matrix of cartilage. In this research study, we incorporated brief fiber sectors, processed from electrospun lined up poly fiber ranges, into a citric acid-modified chitosan hydrogel scaffold for mechanical strengthening and structural biomimicking and at the same time presented cartilage-decellularized matrix for biochemical signaling to advertise the chondroinduction activity. We discovered that the unification of PLGA brief fibers and CDM incredibly strengthened the mechanical properties of the CC hydrogel, which additionally exhibited a big pore size, proper porosity, and rapid water absorption ability. Naturally, the engineered CDM-Fib/CC scaffold considerably advertised the adhesion and expansion of chondrocytes and supported the formation of grown cartilage cells with a cartilagelike structure and deposition of plentiful cartilage ECM-specific GAGs and type II collagen.

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Cell-free scaffolds functionalized with bionic cartilage acellular matrix microspheres to enhance the microfracture treatment of articular cartilage defects

Microfracture surgical procedure remains the most popular treatment for articular cartilage sores in the facility, however often leads to the development of substandard fibrocartilage cells and damages to subchondral bone. However, besides the limited allogenic/allogenic supply and the danger of condition transfer from xenogeneic cells, the efficiency of ECM scaffolds always differed with a high irregularity of natural tissue top quality. In this study, we developed composite scaffolds functionalized with a cell-derived ECM source, specifically, bionic cartilage acellular matrix microspheres, that sustain the chondrogenic differentiation of bone marrow cells launched from microfracture. The scaffolds with BCAMMs at different developing phases were examined in articular cartilage regrowth and subchondral bone repair. Together, our outcomes demonstrate that the biofunctionalized BCAMM scaffold with cell-derived ECM shows great prospective to incorporate with microfracture for clinical translation to fix cartilage issues.

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