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Enhancement of cells proliferation and control of bioactivity of strontium doped glass

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Bioactivity and chemical reactivity of bioactive glass offer the ability to bond for soft and hard biological tissues. In this work, synthesis was carried out by using melting and rapid quenching. Strontium was introduced as trace element at different contents in the glass matrix, according to its concentration in the bone matrix. This chemical element presents a high interest in the bone metabolism activity. Investigations were conducted on the surface of biomaterials by using in vitro assay after immersion in SBF. Several physico-chemical methods such as SEM, FTIR, NMR, ICP-OES and MTT test were employed to highlight the effects of the Sr. The in vitro experiments showed that after soaking in SBF, the behaviour of pure glass is different compared to glass doped with Sr. NMR analyses showed in the 29Si MAS-NMR that glass matrix undergoes some changes after in vitro assays particularly the emergence of new components attributed to Q3(OH). The presence of Sr slowed down the bioactivity of glass after immersion in SBF. The non toxic character of compounds was confirmed. Introduction of Sr at 0.1 wt % induce an enhancement of cells at about 14.3%.
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hal-00822376 , version 1 (14-05-2013)

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Hassane Oudadesse, E. Dietrich, Xuan Vuong Bui, Yann Le Gal, Pascal Pellen-Mussi, et al.. Enhancement of cells proliferation and control of bioactivity of strontium doped glass. Applied Surface Science, 2011, 257 (20), pp.8587-8593. ⟨10.1016/j.apsusc.2011.05.022⟩. ⟨hal-00822376⟩
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