Nanoscale oxidative patterning of metallic surfaces to modulate cell activity and fate.

@article{Vetrone2009NanoscaleOP,
  title={Nanoscale oxidative patterning of metallic surfaces to modulate cell activity and fate.},
  author={Fiorenzo Vetrone and Fabio Variola and Paulo Tambasco de Oliveira and Sylvia Francis Zalzal and Ji-Hyun Yi and Johannes Atta Sam and Karina Fittipaldi Bombonato-Prado and Andranik Hambarsoum Sarkissian and Dmitrii F Perepichka and James D Wuest and Federico Rosei and Antonio Nanci},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={
          659-65
        }
}
In the field of regenerative medicine, nanoscale physical cuing is clearly becoming a compelling determinant of cell behavior. Developing effective methods for making nanostructured surfaces with well-defined physicochemical properties is thus mandatory for the rational design of functional biomaterials. Here, we demonstrate the versatility of simple chemical oxidative patterning to create unique nanotopographical surfaces that influence the behavior of various cell types, modulate the… CONTINUE READING
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