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Functional 3D printed polysaccharide derivative scaffolds for vascular graft application : doctoral disertation
Fazilet Gürer, 2023, doktorska disertacija

Opis: Tissue engineering (TE) is an interdisciplinary field that aims towards replacement, healing or reconstruction of damaged tissue and organs. Incurable diseases are currently treated with organ transplantation, that have the disadvantages of insufficient donors, immune response, and organ rejection after transplantation. TE imitate the functions of extracellular matrix (ECM) to develop biocompatible/biodegradable scaffolds with appropriate features which are utilized to provide mechanical support, cellular infiltration, migration, and tissue formation, and to mimic the biochemical and biophysical cues of cells. Several fabrication methods have been introduced to mimic the 3D structure of ECM and 3D printing is one of the additive manufacturing techniques, widely used in TE because of its feasibility to build complex tissue constructs and control over fabrication and cell distribution. The polysaccharide-peptide conjugate has gained enormous interest in recent years owing to its biocompatibility, degradability, flexibility, and structural matching to natural proteoglycans. In this context, we reported here on investigation of biocompatibility with HUVECs, surface modification of 3D printed PCL scaffolds with an amine group and chemically crosslinked oxidized HA-amino acid/peptide conjugates (OHACs) was used to develop a novel biomaterial for use as a tissue engineered vascular graft. Modified polysaccharides were characterized with respect to their chemical structure, charge, UV and fluorescence properties and cytotoxicity. The successful conjugation was demonstrated by XPS, and a decrease in the free amine peaks on the surface was observed after conjugation. In addition, the water contact angle measurements showed improved wetting, an indication that the conjugation to the PCL-A surface was successful. Finally, the biocompatibility of the novel scaffolds was characterized by the MTS and the live- dead assay. In both assays, proliferation of cells was observed after 7 days and cell spreading on the surface was detected by phalloidin staining of actin filaments. In conclusion, it was possible to prepare surface-active scaffolds by combining the advantages of biocompatibility and mechanical strength of polysaccharides and polyesters, respectively.
Ključne besede: 3D tiskanje, karboksimetilceluloza, hialuronska kislina, polikaprolakton, kemija karbodiimida, kemija Shiffove baze, endotelizacija 3D printing, carboxymethyl cellulose, hyaluronic acid, polycaprolactone, carbodiimide chemistry, shiff-base chemistry, endothelialization
Objavljeno v DKUM: 06.10.2023; Ogledov: 437; Prenosov: 44
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