Bioactive Magnetic Materials in Bone Tissue Engineering: A Review of Recent Findings in CaP-Based Particles and 3D-Printed Scaffolds

resumo

Diverse applications of nanoparticles (NP) have been revolutionary for various industrial sectors worldwide. In particular, magnetic nanoparticles (MNP) have gained great interest because of their applications in specialized medical areas. This review starts with a brief overview of the magnetic behavior of MNP and a short description of their most used synthesis methods. The second part is dedicated to the MNP applications in tissue engineering, emphasizing the calcium phosphate-based NP with intrinsic magnetic properties, recently highlighted in the literature as alternative and viable solutions for bone regeneration. The challenges associated with the controversial long-term toxicity effects of MNP can be overcome using this new generation of multifunctional bone-like magnetic materials. Furthermore, the influence of magnetic field parameters, such as modality of application, intensity, and spatial distribution, on the biological behavior of magnetic materials, especially for bone repair, is shown. The last part of the review presents the current state of the art regarding the development of magnetic biomaterials for additive manufacturing (AM), aiming to fabricate scaffolds by AM technologies, focusing on bone tissue engineering applications.

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Tania S. S. Carvalho, Paula M. C. Torres, João H. Belo, João Mano, and Susana M. Olhero

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T.S.S.C. (2021.06481.BD) wishes to thank Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT) for supporting their work. This study was funded by European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the scope of InterLynk project with grant agreement no. 953169. This work was also funded by FEDER funds through the COMPETE2020 Program and National Funds through FCT – Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology under the projects 2BBone and FlexMicroDerm with references PTDC/CTM-CER/29940/2017 and PTDC/BTM-MAT/29274/2017, respectively. The project CICECO -Aveiro Institute of Materials, UIDB/50011/2020, UIDP/50011/2020, and LA/P/0006/2020, financed by national funds through the FCT/MCTES(PIDDAC) is also acknowledged. P.M.C.T. acknowledges FCT for CEECIND/01891/2017 contract. J.H.B. thanks FCT for the projects PTDC/FISMAC/31302/2017, PTDC/EME-TED/3099/2020, and CERN/FISTEC/0003/2019 and for his contract DL57/2016 (SFRH-BPD-87430/2012).

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