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Tianjin Medical Journal ; (12): 344-347,450, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-601166


Objective To observe the effects of basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) on osteogenic differentiation abili?ty and cell proliferation of human gingival fibroblasts (HGFs), and to explore the role of bFGF on the process of osteogenic differencitiaion in vitro. Methods HGFs were cultured in vitro until the 3rd passage when they were divided into four groups:normal medium as group 1, normal medium with 10μg/L bFGF as group 2, osteogenic medium as group 3 and osteo?genic medium with 10μg/L bFGF as group 4. MTT assay was used to evaluate the proliferation of HGFs. Alkaline phospha?tase (ALP) staining and Alizarin red staining were applied to investigate osteogenic potential of HGFs under different culture conditions. Results bFGF at concentration of 10 μg/L could increase HGFs proliferation in both normal and osteogenic medium (P<0.01). HGFs could be induced towards osteogenic differentiation and form mineralized nodule in osteogenic me?dium. However, 10μg/L bFGF had no effects on ALP activity and mineralized nodule formation of HGFs during osteogenic differentiation. Conclusion bFGF could promote the proliferation of HGFs but show no effects on osteogenic differentiation of HGFs at concentration of 10μg/L.

Tianjin Medical Journal ; (12): 713-716, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-461831


Objective To investigate the pluripotency of human gingival fibroblasts (hGFs), and provide a novel cell source for tissue engineering. Methods With informed consent from volunteers, fresh and healthy gingiva were collected. The hGFs were obtained from the gingiva by tissue culture. The third passage of hGFs was cultured in osteogenic medium, chondrogenic medium and adipogenic medium. Cells without differentiation were taken as control. Cells were examined by al?kaline phosphatase (ALP) staining, Alizarin red staining, Alcian blue staining and oil red O staining for detecting of the abili?ty of differentiation pluripotency. Real-time polymerase chain reaction was applied to examine the expression of osteogenic marker genes ALP, runt-related transcript factor 2 (Runx2), chondrogenic marker aggrecan (AGR) and adipogenic marker peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma 2 (PPARγ2). Results The hGFs cultured in osteogenic medium showed massive violet deposit at day 7 and calcium nodulus at day 28, meanwhile, the expressions of ALP and Runx2 were higher than those of control (P<0.01). In chondrogenic group cells were found blue deposit at day 14. In adipogenic group lipid-filled droplets stained with oil red O were found in cells at day 14. However, hGFs in control group had no any positive stain?ing. Furthermore, expressions of AGR and PPARγ2 were significantly higher than those of control (P<0.01). Conclusion Human gingival fibroblasts have the pluripotency of osteogenic, adipogenic and chondrogenic differentiation.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-578483


Objective To prepare the sinomenine hydrochloride multivesicular liposomes with high entrapment efficiency and sustained release character.Methods Multiple emulsion method was used to prepare the sinomenine hydrochloride multivesicular liposomes.Uniform design was applied to optimize the formulation and pharmaceutical process.The shape,the particle size,and the release charcter of the liposome were evaluated.Results The sinomenine hydrochloride multivesicular liposomes prepared were spherical and the size of majority particles was in the range of 20—30 ?m and well distributed.The encapsulation efficiency was more than 80% and its in-vitro release profile accorded well with the Higuchi model with t1/2 up to 52.7 h.Conclusion The formulation and pharmaceutical process of the sinomenine hydrochloride multivesicular liposomes are stable and feasible with the high encapsulation efficiency and good sustained-release character.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-576435


Objective To prepare sinomenine hydrochloride transfersomes and evaluate their qualities. MethodsThree different preparation methods including film dispersion, reverse phase evaporation, and ethanol injection methods were compared according to the encapsulation efficiency of transfersomes. Uniform design was applied to optimize the formulation and pharmaceutical process of reverse phase evaporation. The particle size, the appearance, the Z-potential, and the stability were also evaluated. ResultsThe transfersomes prepared by reverse-phase evaporation method possessed the highest encapsulation efficiency. The ideal combinations of preparation and formulation were: soya lecithin/sodium cholate was 200/30 mg/mg, chloroform/PBS was 5 mL/mL, pH of PBS was 6.5, added sinomenine hydrochloride was 10 mg. The transfersomes obtained were milky white translucent suspension, with a mean encapsulation efficiency of 62.2%. The shape of their particles was spherical or similar to spherical under microscope, which was smooth and disconglutinated with an average diameter of 96.4 nm, and a Z-potential of-35.93 mV. Aggregation or deposition was not observed after exposure under the temperature of 4 ℃ for 30 d. ConclusionThe preparation process of sinomenine hydrochloride transfersomes is feasible, the quality of obtained transfersomes is stable.It is expected to provide a new preparation for clinical use of sinomenine hydrochloride.