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Formation of silk fibroin matrices with different texture and its cellular response to normal human keratinocytes

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Authors
Min, Byung-Moo; Jeong, Lim; Nam, Young-Sik; Kim, Jin-Man; Kim, Jin-Young; Park, Won-Ho
Issue Date
2004-10
Publisher
Elsevier
Citation
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES 2004;34:223-230.
Keywords
silk fibroinnanofiberfilmmicrofibermatrixkeratinocyte
Abstract
Three forms of silk fibroin (SF) matrices, woven (microfiber), non-woven (nanofiber), and film form, were used to perform a conformational analysis and cell culture using normal human oral keratinocytes (NHOK). To obtain the SF microfiber (SF-M) matrix, natural grey silk was degummed, while the SF film (SF-F) and nanofiber (SF-N) matrices were prepared by casting and electrospinning the formic acid solutions of the regenerated SF, respectively. For insolubilization, as-prepared SF-F and SF-N matrices were chemically treated with an aqueous methanol solution of 50%. The conformational structures of as-prepared and chemically treated SF matrices were investigated using attenuated total reflectance infrared spectroscopy (ATR-IR) and solid-state 13C CP/MAS nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. The as-cast SF-F matrix formed a mainly β-sheet structure that was similar to the SF-M matrix, whereas the as-spun SF-N matrix had a random coil conformation as the predominant secondary structure. Conformational transitions from random coil to β-sheet of the as-spun SF-N occurred rapidly within 10 min following aqueous methanol treatment, and were confirmed by solid-state 13C NMR analysis. To assess the cytocompatibility and cells behavior on the different textures of SF, we examined the cell attachment and spreading of NHOK that was seeded onto the SF matrices, as well as the interaction between the cells and SF matrices. Our results indicate that the SF nanofiber matrix may be more preferable than SF film and SF microfiber matrices for biomedical applications, such as wound dressings and scaffolds for tissue engineering.
ISSN
0141-8130
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/62177
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2004.08.004
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