A structurally tunable DNA-based extracellular matrix.


The principles of DNA nanotechnology and protein engineering have been combined to generate a new class of artificial extracellular matrices. The potential of this material for ex vivo cellular scaffolding was demonstrated using experiments in which human cervical cancer cells were found to adhere strongly, stay alive, and grow with high migration rates… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ja105431h


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@article{Aldaye2010AST, title={A structurally tunable DNA-based extracellular matrix.}, author={Faisal A Aldaye and William T. Senapedis and Pamela A. Silver and Jeffrey C. Way}, journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society}, year={2010}, volume={132 42}, pages={14727-9} }