H. Boerner

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Thermoresponsive polymer coatings allow the control of adhesion of cells on synthetic substrates. In particular, decreasing the temperature below the lower critical solution temperature (LCST) of the polymer triggers the non-invasive detachment of cells from their cultivation substrate. Widening the range of applications of these coatings in cellular(More)
Participants: Xiaoyu Sun (graduate student) Ravi Shankar (graduate student) OBJECTIVE The objective of this research is to develop a single-step processing route for the production of synthetic fibers possessing specific bioactive surface functionalities. The approach proposed here to achieve this objective utilizes electrospinning of conventional synthetic(More)
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