Bruno Lepioufle

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Bone tissue engineering consists of culturing osteoblastic cells onto synthetic three-dimensional (3D) porous scaffolds. The organization of bone cells into 3D scaffolds is crucial for ex vivo tissue formation. Diffusional rates of nutrients could be greatly improved by perfusing media through the 3D microporous scaffolds. However, bone cells cultured in(More)
In vitro culture of small neuronal networks with pre-defined topological features is particularly desirable when the electrical activity of such assemblies can be monitored for long periods of time. Indeed, it is hoped that such networks, with pre-determined connectivity, will provide unique insights into the structure/function relationship of biological(More)
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