Joëlle Amedée-Vilamitjana

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The interaction of bone cells and their underlying extracellular matrix impacts biological processes such as maintenance of tissue integrity. The biological recognition of the extracellular matrix by attached cells is mediated by the activity of integrins that recognize adhesive-specific domains. The most widely recognized adhesive motif is the RGD(More)
Fibre-shaped materials are useful for creating different functional three-dimensional (3D) structures that could mimic complex tissues. Several methods (e.g. extrusion, laminar flow or electrospinning) have been proposed for building hydrogel microfibres, with distinctive cell types and with different degrees of complexity. However, these methods require(More)
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