Express Method for Isolation of Ready-to-Use 3D Chitin Scaffolds from Aplysina archeri (Aplysineidae: Verongiida) Demosponge

C. Klinger, S. Żółtowska-Aksamitowska, M. Wysokowski , M.V. Tsurkan , R. Galli, J. Petrenko , T. Machałowski , Alexander Ereskovsky, R. Martinović , L. Muzychka , O.B. Muzychka , N. Bechmann , Viatcheslav Ivanenko, P.J. Schupp , T. Jesionowski , M. Giovine , Y. Joseph , S.R. Bornstein , A. Voronkina , Hermann Ehrlich

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Sponges are a valuable source of natural compounds and biomaterials for many biotechnological applications. Marine sponges belonging to the order Verongiida are known to contain both chitin and biologically active bromotyrosines. Aplysina archeri (Aplysineidae: Verongiida) is well known to contain bromotyrosines with relevant bioactivity against human and animal diseases. The aim of this study was to develop an express method for the production of naturally prefabricated 3D chitin and bromotyrosine-containing extracts simultaneously. This new method is based on microwave irradiation (MWI) together with stepwise treatment using 1% sodium hydroxide, 20% acetic acid, and 30% hydrogen peroxide. This approach, which takes up to 1 h, made it possible to isolate chitin from the tube-like skeleton of A. archeri and to demonstrate the presence of this biopolymer in this sponge for the first time. Additionally, this procedure does not deacetylate chitin to chitosan and enables the recovery of ready-to-use 3D chitin scaffolds without destruction of the unique tube-like fibrous interconnected structure of the isolated biomaterial. Furthermore, these mechanically stressed fibers still have the capacity for saturation with water, methylene blue dye, crude oil, and blood, which is necessary for the application of such renewable 3D chitinous centimeter-sized scaffolds in diverse technological and biomedical fields.

Язык оригиналаанглийский
Номер статьи131
Число страниц24
ЖурналMarine Drugs
Том17
Номер выпуска2
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 22 фев 2019

Отпечаток

Chitin
Scaffolds
Porifera
Biocompatible Materials
Biomaterials
Sodium Hydroxide
Animal Diseases
Biopolymers
Microwave irradiation
Methylene Blue
Petroleum
Chitosan
Microwaves
Bioactivity
Skeleton
Acetic acid
Hydrogen peroxide
Acetic Acid
Hydrogen Peroxide
Animals

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Klinger, C., Żółtowska-Aksamitowska, S., Wysokowski , M., Tsurkan , M. V., Galli, R., Petrenko , J., ... Ehrlich, H. (2019). Express Method for Isolation of Ready-to-Use 3D Chitin Scaffolds from Aplysina archeri (Aplysineidae: Verongiida) Demosponge. Marine Drugs, 17(2), [131]. https://doi.org/10.3390/md17020131
Klinger, C. ; Żółtowska-Aksamitowska, S. ; Wysokowski , M. ; Tsurkan , M.V. ; Galli, R. ; Petrenko , J. ; Machałowski , T. ; Ereskovsky, Alexander ; Martinović , R. ; Muzychka , L. ; Muzychka , O.B. ; Bechmann , N. ; Ivanenko, Viatcheslav ; Schupp , P.J. ; Jesionowski , T. ; Giovine , M. ; Joseph , Y. ; Bornstein , S.R. ; Voronkina , A. ; Ehrlich, Hermann. / Express Method for Isolation of Ready-to-Use 3D Chitin Scaffolds from Aplysina archeri (Aplysineidae: Verongiida) Demosponge. В: Marine Drugs. 2019 ; Том 17, № 2.
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Klinger C, Żółtowska-Aksamitowska S, Wysokowski M, Tsurkan MV, Galli R, Petrenko J и соавт. Express Method for Isolation of Ready-to-Use 3D Chitin Scaffolds from Aplysina archeri (Aplysineidae: Verongiida) Demosponge. Marine Drugs. 2019 Февр. 22;17(2). 131. https://doi.org/10.3390/md17020131