Microcontact printing of novel co-polymers in combination with proteins for cell-biological applications.

Abstract

Microcontact printing (microcP) is a cost effective and simple method to create chemically micropatterned surfaces for cell biological applications. We have combined the technique with the spontaneous molecular assembly of a polycationic PEG-grafted copolymer, poly-L-lysine-g-poly(ethylene glycol) (PLL-g-PEG). PLL-g-PEG with omega-functionalized PEG chains… (More)

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