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Review Article

Plants and Their Bioactive Constituents in Mesenchymal Stem Cell-Based Periodontal Regeneration: A Novel Prospective

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Plant derivatives work as growth factors for application in tissue engineering.

ReferencesPlant-derived substancesDelivery systemStudy designCell line/Animal modelConclusion

[9]Cissus quadrangularis and Butea monosperma sulphonated poly aryl ether ketone (SPAEK) spongesin vitroSaO2 (Human Osteosarcoma cells)The system exhibited good biocompatibility towards the cells, and the sponges successfully delivered the phytochemicals, which can work as growth factors.

[10]M. tenuiflora cortexchitosanin vitrorat primary osteoblasts cavaria cellsThe combining the chitosan and M. tenuiflora cortex in scaffolds has potential for bone tissue regeneration. The M. tenuiflora cortex promoted the proliferation and differentiation of osteoblasts cells.

[11]Safflower seed extractscollagenin vivobeagle dogsSafflower seed extracts may contribute to bone formation and appears to have potential for stimulating periodontal regeneration including new cementum.

[12]Safflower seed extractspolylactide glycolic acid non-woven membranein vivobeagle dogsSurgical application of PLGA non-woven membrane with or without safflower seed extracts could promote the regeneration of alveolar bone and cementum in intrabony periodontal defects.

[13]Icariinchitosan/nano-sized hydroxyapatite (IC-CS/HA)in vitro/in vivohBMSCs/New Zealand rabbitsIcariin-CS/HA is believed to be an optical bone repair scaffold for tissue engineering.

[14]Cissus quadrangularisbovine-derived hydroxyapatitein vivohumansThe potential of the system still remains to be researched.

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