E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 2, 2024

Study on the Lupine-hulls Based Cellular Scaffolds for Human Cardiac Tissue Regeneration

Author(s): Vilay Vannaladsaysy

DOI: https://doi.org/10.62225/2583049X.2024.4.2.2572



It's becoming more popular to develop new biomaterials enabling in vitro cell cultivation with microbial environments of biological structures. The novel strategies for creating native cellular environments that facilitate the growth of human cardiac progenitor cells (hCPCs) (Sca-1pos) and scaffolding more closely resemble authentic cell function microenvironments with offer a wide range of appealing in vivo and in vitro uses. Both the biologically active substances and the mechanical properties of the hull scaffold were studied. SEM analysis of the hull's microstructure reveals that the inside surface shows its large and naturalistic activity, while the outside surface displays the celular-structures. Tensile properties, high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), and fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) spectra are further characteristics of the lupine-hulls. Scaffolds made from lupine-hulls are cheap, simple to make, and from a renewable material. The MTT assay for cell proliferation served to evaluate the impact of the hulls that are solubility substance on the Sca-1pos. The cell lines utilized in this study were able to multiply and maintain high viability even after being cultured for 7 straight days. Results also demonstrate that the nuclei of the cells were visible under fluorescence microscopy and remained viable within the cellular structures of the hulls in vitro. This research showed that scaffold made from lupine hulls are being used as biological scaffolds for in vitro cell growth, which may play a role in the tissue engineering of hCPCs.

Keywords: Vegetable-Waste Biomaterial, Sca-1pos Cell-Culture, Lupine-Hull-Cellular, Cellulose Scaffold, Cell-Proliferation Assay, Lupine-Hull Property

Pages: 751-756

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