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Injectable rhBMP-2-loaded chitosan hydrogel composite: osteoinduction at ectopic site and in segmental long bone defect

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Boure, Ludovic
Tami, Andrea
Anderson, James M.
Published in Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. A. 2011, vol. 96, no. 1, p. 66-74
Abstract Carriers for bone morphogenetic protein-2 (BMP-2) used in clinical practice still suffer from limitations such as insufficient protein retention. In addition, there is a clinical need for injectable carriers. The main objective of this study was to assess bone forming ability of rhBMP-2 combined either with chitosan hydrogel (rhBMP-2/CH) or chitosan hydrogel containing β-tricalcium phosphate (β-TCP) (rhBMP-2/CH/TCP). Formulations were first compared in a rat ectopic intramuscular bone formation model, and the optimal formulation was further evaluated in healing of 15-mm critical size defect in the radius of a rabbit. Three weeks after injection ectopically formed bone was analyzed by microcomputerized tomography (micro-CT) and histology. Significantly higher (4.7-fold) mineralized bone formation was observed in the rhBMP-2/CH/TCP group compared to rhBMP-2/CH group. In a pilot study, defect in a rabbit radius treated with rhBMP-2/CH/TCP showed incomplete regeneration at 8 weeks with composite leakage from the defect, indicating the need for formulation refinement when segmental defect repair is foreseen.
Keywords AnimalsBiocompatible Materials/chemistryBone Morphogenetic Protein 2/chemistry/pharmacologyBone and Bones/drug effects/pathology/physiologyCalcium Phosphates/chemistryChitosan/chemistryDrug Carriers/chemistryHydrogels/chemistryInjectionsMaleMaterials TestingOsteogenesis/drug effectsRabbitsRatsRats, Sprague-DawleyX-Ray Microtomography
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PMID: 21105153
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Research group Chirurgie cardio-vasculaire (105)

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