Published in Blood Weekly, June 9th, 2005
According to a study from Germany, "The in vitro assembling of cellular networks offering control over cell positions and connectivities by patterned culture substrates is a valuable tool for neuroscience research and other applications in cell biology.
"We developed a versatile technique based on polymer surface modification which allows the patterning of different cell lines for advanced tissue engineering, among them is Pheochromocytoma cells (PC-12)."
"In contrast to other techniques applied for surface patterning," wrote A. Welle and colleagues at...
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