DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0713.3.105.2019.169913

Fibrin biomatrix as an environment for viability support, direct differentiation and transplantation for neuronal progenitors of different origin

N.P. Oleksenko

Abstract


The task of modern neuroregenerative cell technology is to recover damaged 3D structure of nerve tissue and find adequate matrix for transplanted cells. In this sense, fibrin 3D matrix has the following advantages: the absence of toxicity, the possibility of biodegradation, the maintenance of integration and supporting functional activity of targeted transplanted cells into the tissue. Fibrin clot can be obtained for 1–2 hours before the need to use; this is autologous material that removes the ethical issues, problems of immunologic havoc and infection; this is an inexpensive method. It’s a source of growth factors (PDGF, TGFβ, IGF, VEFG, EGF and others), essential amino acids and can be enriched with other bioactive substances to stimulate direct differentiation. So, fibrin 3D matrix is forming favorable microenvironment for nerve cells progenitors and stem cells and progenitors of other origin. Monitoring of cell culture shows the stimulation of viability, proliferation, neuron- and angiogenesis. Thus, fibrin 3D matrix has a large potential for using in the neuroreparative cell technology.

Keywords


fibrin; 3D matrix; neuronal progenitors; MSC; neuronal differentiation; review

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