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Methyl cellulose gel obstructed bone formation by GBR: an experimental study in rats.

Författare och institution:
Natalia Lioubavina-Hack (-); Thorkild Karring (-); Samuel E Lynch (-); Jan Lindhe (Odontologiska institutionen, Avdelningen för parodontologi)
Publicerad i:
Journal of clinical periodontology, 32 ( 12 ) s. 1247-53
Artikel, refereegranskad vetenskaplig
Sammanfattning (abstract):
AIM: To evaluate whether bone formation under Teflon capsules may be enhanced by concomitant implantation of recombinant human platelet-derived growth factor-BB/insulin-like growth factor-I (rhPDGF-BB/IGF-I) incorporated into a methyl cellulose gel. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Fifty-five male 6-month-old albino rats of the Wistar strain were used in the study. The lateral aspect of the mandibular ramus was exposed on both sides of the jaw. In 70 sites, the periosteum was removed from the ramus, leaving the bone denuded, while in 35 sites, it was preserved. On 10 non-periosteal (P-) sites and five periosteal (P+) sites, an empty rigid teflon capsule (d=7 mm), serving as control, was placed on the ramus. In the 40 test animals, the capsule placed on the one side of the jaw was filled at random with one of three different concentrations (1,200, 600, 150 microg/ml) of rhPDGF-BB/IGF-I gel. The capsules placed on the contralateral side of the jaw contained a placebo methyl cellulose gel. Each growth factor group, defined according to the gel concentration, and the placebo group contained 10 capsules placed on the P- side and five capsules placed on the P+ side. Two months after surgery, all animals were sacrificed. RESULTS: Histologic analysis revealed that in the non-filled control capsules, the amount of new bone including the bone marrow was 29.9% and 39.7% of the capsule area on the P- and P+ sides, respectively. In the test capsules with the growth factor gel and placed on the P-sides, the amounts of new bone ranged from 5.6% to 6.3%, which were similar (p>0.05) to that formed in the capsules filled with the methyl cellulose gel (5.5%). New bone formation was larger in the capsules on the P+ sides than in those on the P- sides but was similar in the capsules with different growth factor concentrations (range 17.9-19.6%) and in those with placebo gel (21.0%). In all groups, the carrier gel was poorly absorbed and occupied most of the capsules. CONCLUSION: Local application of a methyl cellulose gel obstructed bone formation under Teflon capsules placed adjacent to uninjured cortical bone in the mandibular ramus of rats. These data suggest that another material should be utilized to deliver growth factors under Teflon membranes for guided bone regeneration.
Ämne (baseras på Högskoleverkets indelning av forskningsämnen):
Klinisk medicin ->
Animals, Biocompatible Materials, therapeutic use, Capsules, Gels, Guided Tissue Regeneration, Periodontal, methods, Male, Mandible, drug effects, surgery, Methylcellulose, therapeutic use, Osteogenesis, drug effects, Platelet-Derived Growth Factor, therapeutic use, Polytetrafluoroethylene, therapeutic use, Rats, Rats, Wistar
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2007-10-18 11:12

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