Chen L.,Beijing Research Institute of Trauma Orthopedics |
Sun L.,Beijing Research Institute of Trauma Orthopedics |
Tao J.-F.,Beijing Research Institute of Trauma Orthopedics |
Jiang J.,Beijing Research Institute of Trauma Orthopedics |
And 3 more authors.
Journal of Clinical Rehabilitative Tissue Engineering Research | Year: 2010
BACKGROUND: Effect of acellular surfactant and biological safety of bone graft materials highly correlated with selection of surfactant; therefore, a novel compound surfactant was used to prepare acellular bone graft materials in this study. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate acellular effect and biological safety of bio-derived bone tissue treated by a novel surfactant in order to obtain a safe and reliable bone graft material. METHODS: Surfactant was prepared with anionic surfactant sodium dodecyl benzene sulfonate (ABS), anionic surfactant sodium fatty alcohol ether sulfate (AES) and distilled water at the ratio of 13:7:80. Fresh bovine cancellous bone and surfactant which was used to remove cells and lipid by two-step flow were used to prepare a novel bio-derived bone graft material. The histological and microscopic observations of microstructure were made. Also acute body toxicity test, hematolysis experiment, cell toxicity test and biological safety were assessed on surfactant-treated bio-derived bone graft material (STBB). A long-term animal experiment was conducted to observe the biocompatibility and biodegradability of STBB. The ultraviolet dispersion of light luminosity method was employed to measure the residual amount of surfactant in STBB. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION: STBB was a whitish porous cancellous bone. No cell was found in bone lacuna, bone canaliculus was empty, and the collagen fiber had an order arrangement. Acute body toxicity test was qualified according to GB/T16886.11-1997 standard, hematolysis experiment was < 5%, and cell toxicity test was grade 0, confirming that STBB was safe. The remaining surfactant in STBB was lower than 0.1 g/L. The long-term animal experiment demonstrated that fiber was present at 4 weeks, bone lacuna had cellular growth and the fusion of STBB and host appeared. The STBB was partial absorbed by organism at 8 weeks and completely absorbed at 24 hours. The results indicated that STBB had an excellent biocompatibility and biodegradability. As a new bone implant material, STBB was safe and dependable for transplantation. Source