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Capacitive electrical stimulation effects on osteoblast-released matrix microvesicles

ABSTRACT: Passive implants currently used in the clinics cannot prevent failure rates and inherent revision arthroplasties. Novel bioelectronic devices that include biophysical stimulators (such as electric stimulators) and sensing systems are desired since these will allow for long-term monitoring and control of the bone-implant interface, in a personalized manner. We have developed acting-sensing dual systems operated at high frequency (HF) that are able to stimulate osteoconduction in pre-osteoblasts and osteoinduction in human adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells (hASCs). The project included – to our knowledge – the first-time proteomic analysis of microvesicles secreted from osteoblasts electrically-stimulated in vitro by a capacitive stimulator of thin interdigitated electrodes delivering an electrical 60 kHz HF stimulation, 30 min/day. Results revealed regulation of osteodifferentiation and mineralization-related proteins (e.g. Tgfb3, Ttyh3, Itih1, Aldh1a1).


ORGANISM(S): Mus Musculus (mouse)

TISSUE(S): Extracellular Vesicle

SUBMITTER: Bárbara M de Sousa  

LAB HEAD: Sandra I. Vieira

PROVIDER: PXD028551 | Pride | 2021-11-29


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Capacitive interdigitated system of high osteoinductive/conductive performance for personalized acting-sensing implants.

de Sousa Bárbara M BM   Correia Clara R CR   Ferreira Jorge A F JAF   Mano João F JF   Furlani Edward P EP   Soares Dos Santos Marco P MP   Vieira Sandra I SI  

NPJ Regenerative medicine 20211123 1

Replacement orthopedic surgeries are among the most common surgeries worldwide, but clinically used passive implants cannot prevent failure rates and inherent revision arthroplasties. Optimized non-instrumented implants, resorting to preclinically tested bioactive coatings, improve initial osseointegration but lack long-term personalized actuation on the bone-implant interface. Novel bioelectronic devices comprising biophysical stimulators and sensing systems are thus emerging, aiming for long  ...[more]

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