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The effect of metallic magnesium degradation products on osteoclast-induced osteolysis and attenuation of NF-kappa B and NFATc1 signaling
Z. J. Zhai; X. H. Qu; H. W. Li; K. Yang; P. Wan; L. L. Tan; Z. X. Ouyang; X. Q. Liu; B. Tian; F. Xiao; W. G. Wang; C. Jiang; T. T. Tang; Q. M. Fan; A. Qin; K. R. Dai
2014
Source PublicationBiomaterials
ISSN0142-9612
Volume35Issue:24Pages:6299-6310
AbstractWear particle-induced aseptic prosthetic loosening is one of the most common reasons for total joint arthroplasty (TJA). Extensive bone destruction (osteolysis) by osteoclasts plays an important role in wear particle-induced pen-implant loosening. Thus, strategies for inhibiting osteoclast function may have therapeutic benefit for prosthetic loosening. Here, we mimicked the process of magnesium (Mg) degradation in vivo and obtained Mg leach liquor (MLL) by immersing pure Mg in culture medium. For the first time, we demonstrated that MLL suppresses osteoclast formation, polarization, and osteoclast bone resorption in vitro. An in vivo assay demonstrated that MLL attenuates wear particle-induced osteolysis. Furthermore, we found that MLL significantly inhibits nuclear factor-kappa B (NF-kappa B) activation by retarding inhibitor-kappa B degradation and subsequent NF-kappa B nuclear translocation. We also found that MLL attenuates the expression of NFATc1 at both the protein and mRNA levels. These results demonstrate that MLL has anti-osteoclast activity in vitro and prevents wear particle-induced osteolysis in vivo. Collectively, our study suggests that metallic magnesium, one of the orthopedic implants with superior properties, has significant potential for the treatment of osteolysis-related diseases caused by excessive osteoclast formation and function. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
description.department[zhai, zanjing ; qu, xinhua ; li, haowei ; ouyang, zhengxiao ; liu, xuqing ; tian, bo ; xiao, fei ; wang, wengang ; jiang, chuan ; tang, tingting ; fan, qiming ; qin, an ; dai, kerong] shanghai jiao tong univ, ninth peoples hosp, sch med, dept orthopaed,shanghai key lab orthopaed implant, shanghai 200011, peoples r china. [yang, ke ; wan, peng ; tan, lili] chinese acad sci, inst met res, shenyang 110016, peoples r china. [ouyang, zhengxiao] cent s univ, hunan prov tumor hosp, dept orthopaed, changsha 410013, hunan, peoples r china. [ouyang, zhengxiao] cent s univ, tumor hosp xiangya, sch med, changsha 410013, hunan, peoples r china. [dai, kerong] shanghai jiao tong univ, engn res ctr digital med & clin translat, minist educ, shanghai 200011, peoples r china. ; qin, a (reprint author), shanghai jiao tong univ, ninth peoples hosp, sch med, dept orthopaed,shanghai key lab orthopaed implant, 639 zhizaoju rd, shanghai 200011, peoples r china. ; dr.qinan@gmail.com ; krdai@163.com
KeywordMagnesium Osteoclast Osteolysis Nf-kappa b Nfatc1 Total Hip-arthroplasty Periprosthetic Osteolysis Wear Debris Bone Loss Rankl Deficiency Expression Alloys Inhibition Resorption
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Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/73487
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
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Z. J. Zhai,X. H. Qu,H. W. Li,et al. The effect of metallic magnesium degradation products on osteoclast-induced osteolysis and attenuation of NF-kappa B and NFATc1 signaling[J]. Biomaterials,2014,35(24):6299-6310.
APA Z. J. Zhai.,X. H. Qu.,H. W. Li.,K. Yang.,P. Wan.,...&K. R. Dai.(2014).The effect of metallic magnesium degradation products on osteoclast-induced osteolysis and attenuation of NF-kappa B and NFATc1 signaling.Biomaterials,35(24),6299-6310.
MLA Z. J. Zhai,et al."The effect of metallic magnesium degradation products on osteoclast-induced osteolysis and attenuation of NF-kappa B and NFATc1 signaling".Biomaterials 35.24(2014):6299-6310.
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