Nanofibrous Glass Tailored with Apatite-Fibronectin Interface for Bone Cell Stimulation
Exploring a material with smart and biomimetic interface has great potential in the biomaterials and tissue engineering field. This paper reports a novel nanofibrous bone matrix that was developed to retain a cell-stimulating and bone-mimetic biointerface. The bone mineral, apatite, and the cell adhesive protein, fibronectin (FN), were hybridized on the interface of a bioactive glass nano-fibrous mesh, through the dissolution-and-reprecipitation process. The hybridized nanofibrous mesh showed significant improvement in the initial responses of the bone-derived cells. It is believed that this biomimetic and cell-stimulating nanofibrous mesh can be used as a potential bone regeneration matrix.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2008-06-01
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