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Pre-clinical Models for Oral and Periodontal Reconstructive Therapies

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Authors
Seol, YJ; Pellegrini, G; Gruber, R; Giannobile, WV
Issue Date
2009
Publisher
American and International Associations for Dental
Citation
Journal of Dental Research 88:1065-1076
Abstract
The development of new medical formulations (NMF) for reconstructive therapies has considerably improved the available treatment options for individuals requiring periodontal repair or oral implant rehabilitation. Progress in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine modalities strongly depends on validated pre-clinical research. Pre-clinical testing has contributed to the recent approval of NMF such as GEM 21 S ® and INFUSE ® bone grafts for periodontal and oral regenerative therapies. However, the selection of a suitable pre-clinical model for evaluation of the safety and efficacy of a NMF remains a challenge. This review is designed to serve as a primer to choose the appropriate pre-clinical models for the evaluation of NMF in situations requiring periodontal or oral reconstruction. Here, we summarize commonly used pre-clinical models and provide examples of screening and functional studies of NMF that can be translated into clinical use.
ISSN
0022-0345
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/68963
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1177/0022034509349748
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