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Cyclo-(DfKRG) peptide grafting onto Ti–6Al–4V: physical characterization and interest towards human osteoprogenitor cells adhesion

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Cyclo-(DfKRG) peptide grafting onto Ti–6Al–4V: physical characterization and interest towards human osteoprogenitor cells adhesion
Abstract

In the present paper, specific interest has been devoted to the design of new hybrid materials associating Ti–6Al–4V alloy and osteoprogenitor cells through the grafting of two RGD containing peptides displaying a different conformation (linear RGD and cyclo-DfKRG) onto titanium surface. Biomimetic modification was performed by means of a three-step reaction procedure: silanization with APTES, cross-linking with SMP and finally immobilization of peptides thanks to thiol bonding. The whole process was performed in anhydrous conditions to ensure homogeneous biomolecules layout as well as to guarantee a sufficient amount of biomolecules grafted onto surfaces.The efficiency of this new route for biomimetic modification of titanium surface was demonstrated by measuring the adhesion between 1 and 24 h of osteoprogenitor cells isolated from HBMSC. Benefits of the as-proposed method were related to the high concentration of peptides grafted onto the surface (around 20 pmol/mm2) as well as to the capacity of cyclo-DfKRG peptide to interact with integrin receptors. Moreover, High Resolution β-imager (using [35S]-Cys) has exhibited the stability of peptides grafted onto the surface when treated in harsh conditions.

Keywords
Biomimetic material; Titanium alloy; RGD peptide; Cell adhesion
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Biomaterials - Volume 25, Issue 19, August 2004, Pages 4837–4846
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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