Neuronal cell attachment to fluorinated ethylene propylene films with covalently immobilized laminin oligopeptides YIGSR and IKVAV. II.

@article{Ranieri1995NeuronalCA,
  title={Neuronal cell attachment to fluorinated ethylene propylene films with covalently immobilized laminin oligopeptides YIGSR and IKVAV. II.},
  author={Jaimie Ranieri and R B Bellamkonda and E J Bekos and Terrence G. Vargo and Joseph A. Gardella and P. Aebischer},
  journal={Journal of biomedical materials research},
  year={1995},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={779-85}
}
Material surfaces that can mediate cellular interactions by the coupling of specific cell membrane receptors may allow for the design of a biomaterial that can control cell attachment, differentiation, and tissue organization. Cell adhesion proteins have been shown to contain minimum oligopeptide sequences that are recognized by cell surface receptors and can be covalently immobilized on material surfaces. In this study, cell attachment to fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP) films… CONTINUE READING

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