James P Camp

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New tissue engineering technologies will rely on biomaterials that physically support tissue growth and stimulate specific cell functions. The goal of this study was to create a biomaterial that combines inherent biological properties which can specifically trigger desired cellular responses (e.g., angiogenesis) with electrical properties which have been(More)
The majority of microfluidic devices employ networks of channels that have rectangular cross-sections. At the microvascular scale of 30 to 300 microm in diameter, however, the distribution of fluid mechanical stresses and the induced shape of cultured cells will be quite different in a rectangular channel from the near-circular cross-sections seen in vivo.(More)
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