Porous carbonated hydroxyapatite‐based paraffin wax nanocomposite scaffold for bone tissue engineering: A physicochemical properties and cell viability assay analysis

Mona Sari, Aminatun, Tri Suciati, Yessie Widya Sari, Yusril Yusuf

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Abstract

Porosity is one of the parameters of scaffold pore structure that must be developed using paraffin wax as a synthetic polymer for making porous bioceramics carbonated hydroxyapatite (CHA). This study fabricated CHA based on abalone mussel shells (Halioitis asinina); CHA/paraffin wax nanocomposite scaffolds were synthesized using paraffin wax with concentration variations of 10, 20, and 30 wt.%. The energy‐dispersive X‐ray spectroscopy (EDS) results showed that the Ca/P molar ratio of CHA was 1.72, which approaches the natural bone. The addition of paraffin wax in all concentration variation treatments caused the crystallographic properties of the CHA/paraffin wax nanocomposite scaffolds to decrease. The results of pore analysis suggest that the high concentration of paraffin wax in the CHA suspension is involved in the formation of more pores on the surface of the scaffold, but only CHA/paraffin wax 30 wt.% had a scaffold with potential to be used in media with a cellular growth orientation. The micropore analysis was also supported by the cell viability assay results for CHA/paraffin wax 30 wt.% nanocomposite scaffold, where serial doses of scaffold concentrations to mouse osteoblast cells were secure. Overall, based on this analysis, the CHA/paraffin wax scaffold can be a candidate for bone tissue engineering.

Original languageEnglish
Article number1189
JournalCoatings
Volume11
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2021

Keywords

  • Carbonated hydroxyapatite
  • Nanocomposite
  • Paraffin wax
  • Scaffold

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