Integration column: microwell arrays for mammalian cell culture.

  title={Integration column: microwell arrays for mammalian cell culture.},
  author={Mirren Charnley and Marcus Textor and Ali Khademhosseini and Matthias P Lutolf},
  journal={Integrative biology : quantitative biosciences from nano to macro},
  volume={1 11-12},
Microwell arrays have emerged as robust and versatile alternatives to conventional mammalian cell culture substrates. Using standard microfabrication processes, biomaterials surfaces can be topographically patterned to comprise high-density arrays of micron-sized cavities with desirable geometry. Hundreds to thousands of individual cells or cell colonies with controlled size and shape can be trapped in these cavities by simple gravitational sedimentation. Efficient long-term cell confinement… CONTINUE READING


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