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    Title: Crosslinking characteristics and mechanical properties of a bovine pericardium fixed with a naturally occurring crosslinking agent
    Authors: Sung,HW;Chang,Y;Chiu,CT;Chen,CN;Liang,HC
    Contributors: 化學工程與材料工程學系
    Keywords: CROSS-LINKING CHARACTERISTICS;GLUTARALDEHYDE;TISSUE;XENOGRAFT;TEMPERATURE;STRENGTH;FIXATION;REAGENT;GENIPIN;VALVES
    Date: 1999
    Issue Date: 2010-06-29 17:28:38 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 中央大學
    Abstract: Currently available crosslinking agents used in fixing bioprostheses are all highly (or relatively highly) cytotoxic, which may induce an adverse inflammatory reaction in vivo. It is therefore desirable to provide a crosslinking agent that is of low cytotoxicity and may form stable and biocompatible crosslinked products. To achieve this goal, a naturally occurring crosslinking agent-genipin-was used by our group to fix biological tissues. Genipin may be obtained from its parent compound, geniposide, which may be isolated from the fruits of Gardenia jasminoides Ellis. In our previous studies, it was found that the cytotoxicity of genipin is significantly lower than both glutaraldehyde and an epoxy compound. Also, it was shown that genipin can form stable an biocompatible crosslinked products. The present study further investigates the crosslinking characteristics and mechanical properties of a genipin-fixed bovine pericardium. Fresh and glutaraldehyde- and epoxy-fixed counterparts were used as controls. It was found that the denaturation temperatures of the glutaraldehyde- and genipin-fixed tissues were significantly greater than the epoxy-fixed tissue through their fixation indices were comparable. The mechanical properties of fresh bovine pericardium are anisotropic. However, fixation tended to eliminate tissue anisotropy. The tendency in the elimination of tissue anisotropy for the genipin-fixed tissue was more remarkable than fur the glutaraldehyde- and epoxy-fixed tissues. In addition, the genipin-fixed tissue had the greatest ultimate tensile strength and toughness among all the fixed tissues. Distinct patterns in rupture were observed in the study: The torn collagen fibers of the genipin- and glutaraldehyde-fixed tissues appeared to be bound together, while those of fresh and the epoxy-fixed tissues stayed loose. The results obtained in the study suggests that tissue fixation in glutaraldehyde, epoxy compound, and genipin may produce distinct crosslinking structures. The differences in crosslinking structure may affect the crosslinking characteristics and mechanical properties of the fixed tissues. (C) 1999 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
    Relation: JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL MATERIALS RESEARCH
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