Biomaterial microarchitecture: a potent regulator of individual cell behavior and multicellular organization.

Abstract

Insoluble cues from a cell's surrounding microenvironment have increasingly been shown to be important regulators of cell behavior. The microarchitecture of biomaterials used for 3D cell encapsulation, however, is often underappreciated as an important insoluble factor guiding cell activity. In this review, we illustrate that the subcellular physical… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/jbm.a.35914

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