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Polydopamine-assisted chlorhexidine immobilization on medical grade stainless steel 316L: Apatite formation and in vitro osteoblastic evaluation

Mohd. Daud, Mohd. Daud and Al-Ashwal, Hussein and Abdul Kadir, M. R. and Saidin, S. (2018) Polydopamine-assisted chlorhexidine immobilization on medical grade stainless steel 316L: Apatite formation and in vitro osteoblastic evaluation. Annals of Anatomy, 220 . pp. 29-37. ISSN 0940-9602

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aanat.2018.06.009

Abstract

Immobilization of chlorhexidine (CHX) on stainless steel 316L (SS316L), assisted by a polydopamine film as an intermediate layer is projected as an approach in combating infection while aiding bone regeneration for coating development on orthopedic and dental implants. This study aimed to investigate the ability of CHX coating to promote apatite layer, osteoblast cells viability, adhesion, osteogenic differentiation and mineralization. Stainless steel 316L disks were pre-treated, grafted with a polydopamine film and immobilized with different concentrations of CHX (10–30 mM). The apatite layer formation was determined through an in vitro simulated body fluid (SBF) test by ATR-FTIR and SEM-EDX analyses. The osteoblastic evaluations including cells viability, cells adhesion, osteogenic differentiation and mineralization were assessed with human fetal osteoblast cells through MTT assay, morphology evaluation under FESEM, ALP enzyme activity and Alizarin Red S assay. The apatite layer was successfully formed on the CHX coated disks, demonstrating potential excellent bioactivity property. The CHX coatings were biocompatible with the osteoblast cells at low CHX concentration (<20 mM) with good adhesion on the metal surfaces. The increment of ALP activity and calcium deposition testified that the CHX coated disks able to support osteoblastic maturation and mineralization. These capabilities give a promising value to the CHX coating to be implied in bone regeneration area.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Apatite layer, Bone implant
Subjects:Q Science > Q Science (General)
Divisions:Biosciences and Medical Engineering
ID Code:84774
Deposited By: Widya Wahid
Deposited On:27 Feb 2020 12:58
Last Modified:27 Feb 2020 12:58

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