Periodontitis is an inflammatory condition that can induce significant destruction of the periodontium, the set of specialized tissues that provide nourishment and support to the teeth. According to the guided tissue regeneration principles, the periodontium can be regenerated if the spatiotemporal control of wound healing is obtained, namely the tune control of cell response. After material implantation, protein adsorption at the interface is the first occurring biological event, which influences subsequent cell response. With the regard of this, we hypothesize that the control of selective adsorption of biological cues from the surrounding milieu may be a key-point to control selective cell colonization of scaffolds for periodontal tissue regeneration.
Is selective protein adsorption on biomaterials a viable option to promote periodontal regeneration? / Parisi, L.; Toffoli, A.; Mozzoni, B.; Rivara, F.; Ghezzi, B.; Cutrera, M.; Lumetti, S.; Macaluso, G. M.. - In: MEDICAL HYPOTHESES. - ISSN 0306-9877. - 132(2019), p. 109388. [10.1016/j.mehy.2019.109388]
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