Lui Kam

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Microcontact printing was used to define an interconnected lattice network of polylysine-conjugated laminin, a protein-polypeptide ligate that is an effective promoter of neuron outgrowth on material surfaces. In the presence of serum proteins, rat hippocampal neurons selectively adhered to features of polylysine-conjugated laminin as narrow as 2.6 microm(More)
Microcontact printing is introduced as a method for fabricating test surfaces for attachment of cells to chemically patterned silicon surfaces. Tests with astroglial cells indicate that cells attach to microcontact printed surfaces similarly to surfaces produced by traditional photolithographic methods. Astroglial cells attach selectively to 50 microns wide(More)
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