Joelle Amédée-Vilamitjana

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The interaction of bone cells and their underlying extracellular matrix impacts biological processes such as maintenance of tissue integrity. The biological recognition of the extracellular matrix by attached cells is mediated by the activity of integrins that recognize adhesive-specific domains. The most widely recognized adhesive motif is the RGD(More)
This study takes place in the field of development of a bioactive surface of titanium alloys. In this paper, titanium was functionalized with cyclo-DfKRG peptide by coating or grafting using different anchors (thiol or phosphonate) as spacers between the surface and the peptide. Cell adhesion, and differentiation of human osteoprogenitor (HOP) cells arising(More)
AIM To develop a biological scaffold that could be moulded to reproduce the geometry of a gutta-percha point with precision and allow the differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells into osteoblasts to be used as a regenerative endodontic material. METHODOLOGY A collagen/alginate composite scaffold was cast into a sodium alginate mould to produce a(More)
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