Novel and Simple Alternative to Create Nanofibrillar Matrices of Interest for Tissue Engineering

Abstract : Synthetic analogs to natural extracellular matrix (ECM) at the nanometer level are of great potential for regenerative medicine. This study introduces a novel and simple method to produce polymer nanofibers and evaluates the properties of the resulting structures, as well as their suitability to support cells and their potential interest for bone and vascular applications. The devised approach diffracts a polymer solution by means of a spraying apparatus and of an airstream as sole driving force. The resulting nanofibers were produced in an effective fashion and a factorial design allowed isolating the processing parameters that control nanofiber size and distribution. The nanofibrillar matrices revealed to be of very high porosity and were effectively colonized by human bone marrow mesenchymal cells, while allowing ECM production and osteoblastic differentiation. In vivo, the matrices provided support for new bone formation and provided a good patency as small diameter vessel grafts.
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Jérôme Sohier, Pierre Corre, Christophe Perret, Paul Pilet, Pierre Weiss. Novel and Simple Alternative to Create Nanofibrillar Matrices of Interest for Tissue Engineering. Tissue Engineering Part C: Methods, Mary Ann Liebert, 2014, 20 (4), pp.285 - 296. ⟨10.1089/ten.TEC.2013.0147⟩. ⟨inserm-01854433⟩

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