Biofabrication to build the biology-device interface.

@article{Liu2010BiofabricationTB,
  title={Biofabrication to build the biology-device interface.},
  author={Yi Liu and Eunkyoung Kim and Reza Ghodssi and Gary W. Rubloff and James N. Culver and William E. Bentley and Gregory F. Payne},
  journal={Biofabrication},
  year={2010},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={
          022002
        }
}
The last century witnessed spectacular advances in both microelectronics and biotechnology yet there was little synergy between the two. A challenge to their integration is that biological and electronic systems are constructed using divergent fabrication paradigms. Biology fabricates bottom-up with labile components, while microelectronic devices are fabricated top-down using methods that are 'bio-incompatible'. Biofabrication--the use of biological materials and mechanisms for construction… CONTINUE READING

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