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Article Dans Une Revue Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Global Open Année : 2020

Functional Validation of a New Alginate-based Hydrogel Scaffold Combined with Mesenchymal Stem Cells in a Rat Hard Palate Cleft Model

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Marie Naudot
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Sandrine Lardiere
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Soufiane Zakaria Azdad
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Stephane Lack
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Résumé

Background: One of the major difficulties in cleft palate repair is the requirement for several surgical procedures and autologous bone grafting to form a bony bridge across the cleft defect. Engineered tissue, composed of a biomaterial scaffold and multipotent stem cells, may be a useful alternative for minimizing the non-negligible risk of donor site morbidity. The present study was designed to confirm the healing and osteogenic properties of a novel alginate-based hydrogel in palate repair. Methods: Matrix constructs, seeded with allogeneic bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells (BM-MSCs) or not, were incorporated into a surgically created, critical-sized cleft palate defect in the rat. Control with no scaffold was also tested. Bone formation was assessed using microcomputed tomography at weeks 2, 4, 8, and 12 and a histologic analysis at week 12. Results: At 12 weeks, the proportion of bone filling associated with the use of hydrogel scaffold alone did not differ significantly from the values observed in the scaffold-free experiment (61.01% +/- 5.288% versus 36.91% +/- 5.132%; p = 0.1620). The addition of BM-MSCs stimulated bone formation not only at the margin of the defect but also in the center of the implant. Conclusions: In a relevant in vivo model of cleft palate in the rat, we confirmed the alginate-based hydrogel's biocompatibility and real advantages for tissue healing. Addition of BM-MSCs stimulated bone formation in the center of the implant, demonstrating the new biomaterial's potential for use as a bone substitute grafting material for cleft palate repair.

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hal-03598574 , version 1 (05-03-2022)

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Marie Naudot, Julien Davrou, Az-Eddine Djebara, Anais Barre, Nolwenn Lavagen, et al.. Functional Validation of a New Alginate-based Hydrogel Scaffold Combined with Mesenchymal Stem Cells in a Rat Hard Palate Cleft Model. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Global Open, 2020, 8 (4), ⟨10.1097/GOX.0000000000002743⟩. ⟨hal-03598574⟩
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