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Nano engineering advances bone-forming material

Murdoch University nanotechnology researchers have successfully engineered synthetic materials which encouraged bone formation in sheep.

Pharmaceutical Research: Osteotropic Polypeptide Nanoparticles with Dual hydroxyapatite Binding Properties and Controlled Cisplatin Delivery

Type: Original PaperPurposeNanoparticles with prolonged residence time in bone constitute a valuable strategy for bone disease treatments. The aim of this work was to synthesise a simple nanoparticulate system exhibiting both anticancer and hydroxyap...

Balancing bone formation and degradation key to osteoporosis treatment

Most existing treatments for pathological bone loss inhibit osteoclasts (bone-destroying cells) to limit bone degradation. However, by doing this, they also prevent bone formation since it is stimulated by the presence of these very same osteoclast c...

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Mesenchymal stem cell spheroids exhibit enhanced in-vitro and in-vivo osteoregenerative potential

Background: Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are a favored cell source for regenerative medicine because of their multilinage potential. However, the conventional monolayer technique used to culture MSCs, inadequately overcomes their low differentiation...

The AAPS Journal: Mesenchymal Stromal/Stem Cell and Minocycline-Loaded Hydrogels Inhibit the Growth of Staphylococcus aureus that Evades Immunomodulation of Blood-Derived Leukocytes

Type: Original PaperMesenchymal stromal/stem cells (MSCs) have demonstrated favorable wound healing properties in addition to their differentiation capacity. MSCs encapsulated in biomaterials such as gelatin and polyethylene glycol (PEG) composite hy...

BRIEF-Curasan receives European patent for ceramic pastes for bone formation

* Says has received certificate of patenting their ceramic pastes for bone formation by European Patent Office Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Osteoimmunology: Dual role for Wnt4: bone formation and bone resorption

Bone: Osteocyte-specific activation of the canonical Wnt–β catenin pathway stimulates bone formation

Inhibiting Bone Turnover Could Prevent Bone Mets in Breast Cancer

An inhibitor of osteoclast formation can stop the proliferation of dormant tumor cells that in some breast cancer survivors turn into bone metastases.

A novel therapeutic approach with Caviunin-based isoflavonoid that en routes bone marrow cells to bone formation via BMP2/Wnt-β-catenin signaling

Oral Bone Drug Fails in Osteoporosis

(MedPage Today) -- Postmenopausal women with osteoporosis treated with an oral calcium-sensing receptor antagonist showed increases in bone formation markers but it failed to boost bone mineral density.

A Needle in a Haystack: Technique Spots Stem Cells in Bone Marrow

Deep within the bone marrow resides a type of cells known as mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs).Read more about A

Resveratrol Boosts Bone Formation in Obese Men

Could a compound found in grapes, nuts, and red wine have beneficial effects on the bone? A new 4-month study suggests so. Medscape Medical News

Entropy-driven formation of large icosahedral colloidal clusters by spherical confinement

Experiments with colloidal nano- and microparticles and computer simulations show that, unexpectedly, confinement and entropy are sufficient for the formation of icosahedral crystalline clusters of up to about 100,000 particles.

Physicists explore biomimetic clocks

Working with a team of scientists from the Technical University of Munich (TU Munich), Brandeis University, and Leiden University in the Netherlands, M.Read more about Physicists explore biomimetic clocks

Gold 'nano-drills'

Spherical gold particles are able to 'drill' a nano-diameter tunnel in ceramic material when heated. This is an easy and attractive way to equip chips with nanopores for DNA analysis, for example. Nanotechnologists of the University of Twente publish...

Cynata achieves world-first MSC breakthrough

The company has successfully validated its method of consistently and efficiently manufacturing MSCs using the stem cells during testing at Waisman Biomanufacturing in the US.Induced pluripotent stem cells are an effectively limitless starting material, unlike other methods of producing MSCs, which require a continuous supply of new tissue donations.Cynata expects to be able to produce all the MSC...

Osteoblast-derived WNT16 represses osteoclastogenesis and prevents cortical bone fragility fractures

A new study shows that Wnt16 inhibits osteoclast formation, suggesting it may be a possible therapeutic option for treating bone fractures in osteoporosis.

Mice stem cells capable of regenerating bone, cartilage

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) have announced the discovery of a new stem cell in mice that is capable of regenerating both bone and cartilage, according to a new report in the journal Cell. The study team found the new cells by following the activity of a protein called Gremlin1. When they transplanted the cells, call...

Infants with rare bone disease improve bone formation after cell transplantation

Recent research carried out by a team of researchers in Japan has investigated the use of bone marrow transplants (BMTs) to treat hypophosphatasia (HPP). In this study, the researchers carried out BMT for two infants with HPP in combination with allo...

Ferring Pharmaceuticals acquires BioSET orthobiologic product candidates

Ferring Pharmaceuticals, based in Saint Prex, Switzerland, has acquired the assets of Maryland-based BioSurface Engineering Technologies (BioSET), including two phase III ready orthobiologic product candidates designed to improve bone repair. The in...

Notch1 and osteoblasts play role in bone cancer initiation

(Baylor College of Medicine) A new mouse model of osteogenic sarcoma, a potentially deadly form of bone cancer, shows that high levels of Notch1, a gene that helps determine cell fate, can drive osteoblasts, cells that normally lead to bone formation...

'DNA Origami' Could Produce Complex Nano-robots

Tiny hinges and pistons hint at possible complexity of future nano-robots If the new nano-machines built at The Ohio State University look familiar, it's because they were designed with full-size mechanical parts such as hinges and pistons in mind. T...

Supramolecular nesting of cyclic polymers

Biopolymers adopt functional tertiary structures through folding and multiplex formation. Synthetic molecules with protein-like dimensions — monodisperse cyclic porphyrin polymers with diameters of 13–21 nm — have now been shown to exhibit bi...

Disease models: Statins give bone growth a boost

The development of stem-cell-based models of two diseases that cause dwarfism reveals that statins — drugs that are used to treat high levels of blood cholesterol — may also promote cartilage formation and bone growth.


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