Adhesion and proliferation of skeletal muscle cells on single layer poly(lactic acid) ultra-thin films.

@article{Ricotti2010AdhesionAP,
  title={Adhesion and proliferation of skeletal muscle cells on single layer poly(lactic acid) ultra-thin films.},
  author={Leonardo Ricotti and Silvia Taccola and Virginia Pensabene and Virgilio Mattoli and Toshinori Fujie and Shinji Takeoka and Arianna Menciassi and Paolo Dario},
  journal={Biomedical microdevices},
  year={2010},
  volume={12 5},
  pages={
          809-19
        }
}
An increasing interest in bio-hybrid systems and cell-material interactions is evident in the last years. This leads towards the development of new nano-structured devices and the assessment of their biocompatibility. In the present study, the development of free-standing single layer poly(lactic acid) (PLA) ultra-thin films is described, together with the analysis of topography and roughness properties. The biocompatibility of the PLA films has been tested in vitro, by seeding C2C12 skeletal… CONTINUE READING
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