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Altered Cell-Substrate Behavior on Microporous Membranes is a Result of Disruption and Grip

By Zahed Allahyari and others at
LogoRochester Institute of Technology
Porous membranes are ubiquitous in cell co-culture and tissue-on-a-chip studies. These materials are predominantly chosen for their semi-permeable and size exclusion properties to restrict or permit transmigration and cell-cell communication. However, previous studies have shown pore size, spacing and orientation affect cell behavior including extracellular matrix production and migration. The... Show more
December 12, 2019
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Altered Cell-Substrate Behavior on Microporous Membranes is a Result of Disruption and Grip
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