Polymer mesh scaffold combined with cell-derived ECM for osteogenesis of human mesenchymal stem cells

Title
Polymer mesh scaffold combined with cell-derived ECM for osteogenesis of human mesenchymal stem cells
Authors
박귀덕김인걸노용권Ping Du고재훈김성후
Keywords
Osteogenesis; Cell-derived extracellular matrix; Polymer mesh scaffold; Umbilical cord bloodderived mesenchymal stem cells; Microenvironment
Issue Date
2016-04
Publisher
Biomaterials Research
Citation
VOL 20, NO 6-7
Abstract
BACKGROUND: Tissue-engineered scaffold should mimic the structure and biological function of the extracellular matrix and have mechanically supportive properties for tissue regeneration. In this study, we utilized a PLGA/PLA mesh scaffold, coated with cell-derived extracellular matrix (CDM) and assessed its potential as an osteogenic microenvironment for human umbilical cord blood-derived mesenchymal stem cells (UCB-MSCs). CDM was obtained by decellularization of in vitro-cultured type I collagen overexpressing (Col I -293 T-DK) cells. Test groups are mesh itself (control), fibronectin-coated (FN-mesh), and CDM-coated mesh scaffold (CDM-mesh). CDM was then solubilized and used for scaffold coating. RESULTS: CDM was successfully collected and applied to mesh scaffolds. The presence of CDM was confirmed via SEM and FN immunofluorescence. After then, UCB-MSCs were seeded into the scaffolds and subjected to the induction of osteogenic differentiation for 21 days in vitro. We found that the seeded cells were viable and have better proliferation activity on CDM-mesh scaffold. In addition, when osteogenic differentiation of UCB-MSCs was examined for up to 21 days, alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activity and osteogenic marker (COL I, ALP, osteocalcin, bone sialoprotein) expression were significantly improved with UCB-MSCs when cultured in the CDM-mesh scaffold compared to the control and FN-mesh. CONCLUSION: Polymer mesh scaffold incorporated with CDM can provide UCB-MSCs with a better microenvironment for osteogenesis in vitro
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/64991
ISSN
1226-4601
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