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Iron oxide nanoparticles for neuronal cell applications: uptake study and magnetic manipulations
BackgroundThe ability to direct and manipulate neuronal cells has important potential in therapeutics and neural network studies. An emerging approach for remotely guiding cells is by incorporatingExpand
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Topographic cues of nano‐scale height direct neuronal growth pattern
We study the role of nano‐scale cues in controlling neuronal growth. We use photolithography to fabricate substrates with repeatable line‐pattern ridges of nano‐scale heights. We find that neuronalExpand
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Magnetic micro-device for manipulating PC12 cell migration and organization.
Directing neuronal migration and growth has an important impact on potential post traumatic therapies. Magnetic manipulation is an advantageous method for remotely guiding cells. In the presentExpand
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Substrates coated with silver nanoparticles as a neuronal regenerative material
Much effort has been devoted to the design of effective biomaterials for nerve regeneration. Here, we report the novel use of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) as regenerative agents to promote neuronalExpand
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Neuronal growth on L- and D-cysteine self-assembled monolayers reveals neuronal chiral sensitivity.
Studying the interaction between neuronal cells and chiral molecules is fundamental for the design of novel biomaterials and drugs. Chirality influences all biological processes that involveExpand
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Silver Nanoparticles Promote Neuronal Growth
Abstract Manipulation of neuronal growth has important applications in regenerative biomedicine and bioengineering. This study demonstrates the use of silver nanoparticles as nanotopographical cuesExpand
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Effect of different densities of silver nanoparticles on neuronal growth
Nerve regeneration has become a subject of great interest, and much effort is devoted to the design and manufacturing of effective biomaterials. In this paper, we report the capability of surfacesExpand
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Promotion of neural sprouting using low-level green light-emitting diode phototherapy.
We irradiated neuroblastoma SH-SY5Y cell line with low-level light-emitting diode (LED) illumination at a visible wavelength of 520 nm (green) and intensity of 100 mW∕cm2. We captured and analyzedExpand
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