Electrical stimulation enhances viability of human cutaneous fibroblasts on conductive biodegradable substrates.

@article{Shi2008ElectricalSE,
  title={Electrical stimulation enhances viability of human cutaneous fibroblasts on conductive biodegradable substrates.},
  author={Guixin Shi and Mahmoud Rouabhia and Shiyun Meng and Ze Zhang},
  journal={Journal of biomedical materials research. Part A},
  year={2008},
  volume={84 4},
  pages={1026-37}
}
Electrically conductive biodegradable polymer membranes were prepared by mixing conductive polypyrrole particles with poly(L-lactic acid) solution followed by solution casting and solvent evaporation. Multi-well electrical cell culture plates were fabricated to host electrically stimulated cell culture and monitor parameters. Human cutaneous fibroblasts were cultured on conductive membranes with or without electrical stimulation (ES). Cell count, MTT, Hoechst staining, and SEM were performed to… CONTINUE READING
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