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Effects of fibrin-binding oligopeptide on osteopromotion in rabbit calvarial defects.

Lee JA, Ku Y, Rhyu IC, Chung CP, Park YJ - J Periodontal Implant Sci (2010)

Bottom Line: At 8 weeks, both sites showed increased new bone formation.However, the difference between the two sites had reduced.This result suggests that these oligopeptides can be beneficial in reconstructing oral and maxillofacial deformities or in regenerating osseous bone defects.

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Affiliation: Department of Periodontology and Dental Research Institute, Seoul National University School of Dentistry, Seoul, Korea.

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Purpose: Fibronectin (FN) has been shown to stimulate bone regeneration in animal models. The aim of this study was to evaluate the capacity of bovine bone mineral coated with synthetic oligopeptides to enhance bone regeneration in rabbit calvarial defects.

Methods: Oligopeptides including fibrin-binding sequences of FN repeats were synthesized on the basis of primary and tertiary human plasma FN structures. Peptide coated and uncoated bone minerals were implanted into 10 mm calvarial defects in New Zealand white rabbits, and the animals were sacrificed at 4 or 8 weeks after surgery. After specimens were prepared, histologic examination and histomorphometric analysis were performed.

Results: At 4 weeks after surgery, the uncoated groups showed a limited amount of osteoid formation at the periphery of the defect and the oligopeptide coated groups showed more osteoid formation and new bone formation in the center of the defect as well as at the periphery. At 8 weeks, both sites showed increased new bone formation. However, the difference between the two sites had reduced.

Conclusions: Fibrin-binding synthetic oligopeptide derived from FN on deproteinized bovine bone enhanced new bone formation in rabbit calvarial defects at the early healing stage. This result suggests that these oligopeptides can be beneficial in reconstructing oral and maxillofacial deformities or in regenerating osseous bone defects.

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(A) Histologic view of uncoated bone group after 4 weeks. Newly formed bone was found at the periphery of the defect; however, there was little, if any, new bone formation in the central part of the defect. Arrows indicate the margin of the bone defect. (B) Histologic view of the peptide coated bone group after 4 weeks. New bone formation was obvious and observed in the central part of the defect. Arrows indicate the margin of the bone defect (H&E staining).
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Figure 2: (A) Histologic view of uncoated bone group after 4 weeks. Newly formed bone was found at the periphery of the defect; however, there was little, if any, new bone formation in the central part of the defect. Arrows indicate the margin of the bone defect. (B) Histologic view of the peptide coated bone group after 4 weeks. New bone formation was obvious and observed in the central part of the defect. Arrows indicate the margin of the bone defect (H&E staining).

Mentions: At 4 weeks after surgery, in the sites with uncoated bone, the defect area was primary occupied by the graft material and the connective tissue (Fig. 2A). Few immature osteoid formations were observed in the central part of the defect and newly formed bone was near the defect border (Figs. 3A and 4A). On the other hand, the new bone formation in the site with peptide coated bone was more enhanced than that of the control sites (Fig. 2B). Most of the specimens showed new bone formation extending to the central part of the defect (Fig. 3B). Evidence of osteoid formation adjacent to the graft material was found and coalescence of the new bone with graft material was observed (Fig. 4B).


Effects of fibrin-binding oligopeptide on osteopromotion in rabbit calvarial defects.

Lee JA, Ku Y, Rhyu IC, Chung CP, Park YJ - J Periodontal Implant Sci (2010)

(A) Histologic view of uncoated bone group after 4 weeks. Newly formed bone was found at the periphery of the defect; however, there was little, if any, new bone formation in the central part of the defect. Arrows indicate the margin of the bone defect. (B) Histologic view of the peptide coated bone group after 4 weeks. New bone formation was obvious and observed in the central part of the defect. Arrows indicate the margin of the bone defect (H&E staining).
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Figure 2: (A) Histologic view of uncoated bone group after 4 weeks. Newly formed bone was found at the periphery of the defect; however, there was little, if any, new bone formation in the central part of the defect. Arrows indicate the margin of the bone defect. (B) Histologic view of the peptide coated bone group after 4 weeks. New bone formation was obvious and observed in the central part of the defect. Arrows indicate the margin of the bone defect (H&E staining).
Mentions: At 4 weeks after surgery, in the sites with uncoated bone, the defect area was primary occupied by the graft material and the connective tissue (Fig. 2A). Few immature osteoid formations were observed in the central part of the defect and newly formed bone was near the defect border (Figs. 3A and 4A). On the other hand, the new bone formation in the site with peptide coated bone was more enhanced than that of the control sites (Fig. 2B). Most of the specimens showed new bone formation extending to the central part of the defect (Fig. 3B). Evidence of osteoid formation adjacent to the graft material was found and coalescence of the new bone with graft material was observed (Fig. 4B).

Bottom Line: At 8 weeks, both sites showed increased new bone formation.However, the difference between the two sites had reduced.This result suggests that these oligopeptides can be beneficial in reconstructing oral and maxillofacial deformities or in regenerating osseous bone defects.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Periodontology and Dental Research Institute, Seoul National University School of Dentistry, Seoul, Korea.

ABSTRACT

Purpose: Fibronectin (FN) has been shown to stimulate bone regeneration in animal models. The aim of this study was to evaluate the capacity of bovine bone mineral coated with synthetic oligopeptides to enhance bone regeneration in rabbit calvarial defects.

Methods: Oligopeptides including fibrin-binding sequences of FN repeats were synthesized on the basis of primary and tertiary human plasma FN structures. Peptide coated and uncoated bone minerals were implanted into 10 mm calvarial defects in New Zealand white rabbits, and the animals were sacrificed at 4 or 8 weeks after surgery. After specimens were prepared, histologic examination and histomorphometric analysis were performed.

Results: At 4 weeks after surgery, the uncoated groups showed a limited amount of osteoid formation at the periphery of the defect and the oligopeptide coated groups showed more osteoid formation and new bone formation in the center of the defect as well as at the periphery. At 8 weeks, both sites showed increased new bone formation. However, the difference between the two sites had reduced.

Conclusions: Fibrin-binding synthetic oligopeptide derived from FN on deproteinized bovine bone enhanced new bone formation in rabbit calvarial defects at the early healing stage. This result suggests that these oligopeptides can be beneficial in reconstructing oral and maxillofacial deformities or in regenerating osseous bone defects.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus