Universal Route to Cell Micropatterning Using an Amphiphilic Comb Polymer


J. Hyun, H. Ma, Z. Zhang, T.P. Beebe Jr., A. Chilkoti


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Long-term, spatially resolved attachment and growth of mammalian cells in a biologically relevant milieu on a variety of substrates is possible using the micropatterning techniques presented here (see cover). Two general methods, both involving microcontact printing of an amphiphilic comb polymer (see Figure) and incubation with a protein-containing solution are reported.

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