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Facultad de Medicina SX /S X Cytotoxicity of Dental Alginates Citotoxicidad de Alginatos Dentales. The aim of this study was to assess the cytotoxicity of alginates for dental applications. Fourteen different alginates were assessed: Jeltrate, Jeltrate Plus, Jeltrate. Actuamos sólo en el sector mayorista y principalmente en el ramo dental ; para lo cual disponemos de los registros e inscripciones necesarios que son.

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Interference of the detergent Tween 80 in protein assays. Quantitative analysis of potentially toxic metals in alginates for dental use. For these rheological measurements, all samples were allowed to gel and the determinations were immediately carried out.

Alginate is an impression material classified as an irreversible hydrocolloid that is easy to handle, allowing good detail reproducibility in addition to being cheap and comfortable for the patient Anusavice, The use of cell cultures has been widely employed as part of a series of recommended tests to assess the biological behaviour of materials put in contact with human tissues Estrela, ; Jorge et al. Rio de Janeiro, Guanabara Koogan S. One of the quality characteristics of the alginates is their calcium content.

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Therefore, repeated impression procedures might cause a certain degree of cytotoxicity to the patient depending dentalws the material composition Braga et al. During the impression procedure, alginate is left in close contact with the oral denta,es for approximately 2 minutes, and this tissue is highly vascularised and has great absorption potential.

They are also used in dental prostheses, as models for studying jagged and toothless mouth impressions Skinner and Phillips, ; Osborne et al.


The loss modulus G” represents the viscous behavior of the formulation. After contact with the medium, the cells were incubated for further 24 hours in which ? Marco DonadioJ. Carbohydrates in Europe, Potential toxicants in alginate powders.

Cytotoxicity of Dental Alginates Citotoxicidad de Alginatos Dentales

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Table 3 presents the gelling time of the dental rentales materials produced. Sodium and potassium alginates extracted from Macrocystis pyrifera algae for use in dental impression materials.

The cell culture was supplemented with 2 mM of L-glutamine Sigma, St. This amount is related to the viscosity reduction after one sequestrates the calcium with sodium hexametaphosphate. The loss factor relates the amount of dissipated energy to stored energy.

Atrophoderma vermiculatum Tweens Neutral red stain method. Moisture content of the alginate powders. Seaweed Resources in Europe: Chemistry and physical properties of alginate.

These possible cytotoxic effects should be evaluated in order to improve the security for a given dental material. Diatomaceous earth is a filling material that increases the resistance and rigidity of alginate gel when used in appropriate amounts, providing a uniform texture and lack of superficial adhesion Skinner and Phillips, ; Onsoyen, Composition and sequence of uronate residues in alginates from some brown seaweeds.

After this period, the cells were fixed and viable cell counting was performed by using a spectrophotometer BioTek, Winooski, Vermont, USA at wavelength of nm.

However, despite its easy manipulation, perfect dental impressions using alginate are not always achieved by non-experienced students, thus often requiring repeated procedures Samuel et al. Although the gels did not show a linear viscoelastic behavior, the relation was similar for all cases and the breakdown of the elastic structure occurred at about the same strain percent. The influence of culture conditions on mycelial structure and cellulase production by Trichoderma reesei Rut C Formulations with P3 alginate were type I, except for a8 and a10 apginatos were type II.


Conversion of alginic acid to sodium alginate, drying and milling.

Several g samples of dental impression material were prepared using Laginatos, S2 and S3 sodium alginates, algnatos P1, P2 and P3 potassium alginates in 10 different formulations as show in table 1. In all cases, the gels did not exhibit linear viscoelastic behavior and as the strain percent increased, a partial breakdown of the elastic structure occurred.

Determination of gelling time Seven grams of each dental impression formulation table 1 were mixed with 18 mL of distilled water for 1 min. Alginates with high content of guluronic acids characteristically yield materials with high gel strength.

The material used in the positive control group was a non-ionic surfactant Tweena toxic agent to biological membranes Rege et al. At the present time in Mexico, M. Table 2 shows the quality profiles of sodium and potassium alginates extracted from M. Seven grams of each dental impression formulation table 1 were mixed with 18 mL of distilled water for 1 min.