하이드록시아파타이트 지지체의 표면 처리 방법에 따른 골아세포의 성장

Title
하이드록시아파타이트 지지체의 표면 처리 방법에 따른 골아세포의 성장
Other Titles
The Growth of Osteoblasts according to the Pretreatment of HA Scaffold Surface
Author(s)
김용하김태곤이준호박병찬[박병찬]김연정[김연정]최식영[최식영]
Keywords
Hydroxyapatite; Osteoblasts; Heat treatment; Hydroxyapatite; Osteoblasts; Heat treatment
Issue Date
201007
Publisher
대한성형외과학회
Citation
Archives of Plastic Surgery, v.37, no.4, pp.340 - 345
Abstract
Purpose: Recently, bioceramics have become popular as a substitute graft material for reconstruction of bony defect after trauma or tumor surgery. Among the bioceramic materials, hydroxyapatite(HA) is favored due to its biocompatibility. HA scaffold is composed of the interconnected reticular framework, macropores and micropores. Macropores play an important role in cell migration, nutrients supply and vascular ingrowth. On the other hand, a number of micropores less than 10μm form an irregular surface on HA scaffolds, which prevents the osteoblast from adhering and proliferating on the surface of HA scaffold. Methods: In this study, three different groups were designed for comparison. In the first group(group A), conventional method was used, in which HA pellet was applied without surface pretreatment. The second group (group B) was given a HA pellet that has been coated with crystalline HA solution prior to application. In the third group(group C), the same method was used as the second group, where the pretreated HA pellet was heated(1250℃, 1 hour) before application. Osteoblast-like cells(2×104/mL) were scattered onto every pellet, then they were incubated in 5% CO2 incubator at 37℃ for twelve days. During the first three days, osteoblast cells were counted using the hemocytometer daily. ALP activity was measured on the 3, 6, 9 and 12 culture days using the spectrophotometer. Results: Under SEM, group A showed a surface with numerous micropores, and group B revealed more rough crystal surface. Group C revealed a fused crystal appearance and flattened smooth surface. In proliferation and ALP activity of osteoblast cells, group C showed better results compared to group B. Group A which lacks pretreatment of the surface showed less osteoblast proliferation and ALP activity than group C, but showed better results than group B. Conclusion: We found that crystallized HA with heat treatment method enhances the osteoblasts proliferation and differentiation on the surface of HA pellets.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/22170
ISSN
2234-6163
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