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Carbon Nanotube/iron Oxide Hybrid Particles And Their PCL-based 3D Composites For Potential Bone Regeneration.
M. Swietek, A. Brož, J. Tarasiuk, S. Wronski, W. Tokarz, Agata Kozieł, M. Blazewicz, L. Bačáková
Published 2019 · Materials Science, Medicine
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This study describes the preparation, and evaluates the biocompatibility, of hydroxylated multi-walled carbon nanotubes (fCNTs) functionalized with magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (IONs) creating hybrid nanoparticles. These nanoparticles were used for preparing a composite porous poly(ε-caprolactone) scaffolds for potential utilization in regenerative medicine. Hybrid fCNT/ION nanoparticles were prepared in two mass ratios - 1:1 (H1) and 1:4 (H4). PCL scaffolds were prepared with various concentrations of the nanoparticles with fixed mass either of the whole nanoparticle hybrid or only of the fCNTs. The hybrid particles were evaluated in terms of morphology, composition and magnetic properties. The cytotoxicity of the hybrid nanoparticles and the pure fCNTs was assessed by exposing the SAOS-2 human cell line to colloids with a concentration range from 0.01 to 1 mg/ml. The results indicate a gradual increase in the cytotoxicity effect with increasing concentration. At low concentrations, interestingly, SAOS-2 metabolic activity was stimulated by the presence of IONs. The PCL scaffolds were characterized in terms of the scaffold architecture, the dispersion of the nanoparticles within the polymer matrix, and subsequently in terms of their thermal, mechanical and magnetic properties. A higher ION content was associated with the presence of larger agglomerates of particles. With exception of the scaffold with the highest content of the H4 nanoparticle hybrid, all composites were superparamagnetic. In vitro tests indicate that both components of the hybrid nanoparticles may have a positive impact on the behavior of SAOS-2 cells cultivated on the PCL composite scaffolds. The presence of fCNTs up to 1 wt% improved the cell attachment to the scaffolds, and a content of IONs below 1 wt% increased the cell metabolic activity.
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