Local presentation of L1 and N-cadherin in multicomponent, microscale patterns differentially direct neuron function in vitro.

@article{Shi2007LocalPO,
  title={Local presentation of L1 and N-cadherin in multicomponent, microscale patterns differentially direct neuron function in vitro.},
  author={Peng Shi and Keyue Shen and Lance C. Kam},
  journal={Developmental neurobiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={67 13},
  pages={1765-76}
}
The ability to pattern multiple bioactive cues on a surface is valuable for understanding how neurons interact with their complex extracellular environment. In this report, we introduce a set of methods for creating such surfaces, with the goals of understanding how developing neurons integrate multiple biologically relevant signals and as a tool for studying interactions between multiple neurons. Multiple microcontact printing steps are combined on a single surface to produce an array of… CONTINUE READING

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