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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Bio-Nano Interfaces and Engineering Applications
Presentation Title AMP-loaded Mesoporous Strontium Silicates with Improved Bioactivity and Antibacterial Capability
Author(s) Isha Mutreja, Kami Hogan, Dhiraj Kumar, Conrado Aparicio
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Isha Mutreja
Abstract Scope We synthesized multifunctional mesoporous silicate nanostructures (MSNs): Ca-MSN, Sr-doped CaMSNs (Sr-CaMSNs) and novel Sr-MSNs via sol-gel method for bone regeneration and as antimicrobial peptide (AMP) cargo delivery nano-system. MSNs were characterized for cytotoxicity against mesenchymal stem cells as well as chemically and structurally using scanning electron miscroscopy with energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy and wide-angle x-ray diffractometry. Peptide loading and release from MSNs was assessed using the fluorescent-labelled GL13K AMP. Ca-MSNs and Sr-CaMSNs were 20050nm in diameter, and Sr-MSNs were 40050nm. All MSNs had the expected composition, were amorphous, and had similar peptide-loading efficiency (96 1%) with slow release profile. Sr-MSNs and Ca-MSNs released 7% and 4% of loaded AMP in 72h, respectively. MSNs improved cell metabolic activity, which confirmed their good cytocompatibility. In conclusion, Sr-MSNs support cell growth over extended periods and prolonged AMP release showing potential application for bone regeneration with antimicrobial potency.
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