Nanoscale, Voltage-Driven Application of Bioactive Substances onto Cells with Organized Topography.

Abstract

With scanning ion conductance microscopy (SICM), a noncontact scanning probe technique, it is possible both to obtain information about the surface topography of live cells and to apply molecules onto specific nanoscale structures. The technique is therefore widely used to apply chemical compounds and to study the properties of molecules on the surfaces of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bpj.2015.11.017

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@article{Schobesberger2016NanoscaleVA, title={Nanoscale, Voltage-Driven Application of Bioactive Substances onto Cells with Organized Topography.}, author={Sophie Schobesberger and Peter J{\"{o}nsson and Andrey Buzuk and Yuri E. Korchev and Jennifer H. Siggers and Julia Gorelik}, journal={Biophysical journal}, year={2016}, volume={110 1}, pages={141-6} }