Reorganization of cytoskeleton and transient activation of Ca2+ channels in mesenchymal stem cells cultured on silicon nanowire arrays.

@article{Liu2013ReorganizationOC,
  title={Reorganization of cytoskeleton and transient activation of Ca2+ channels in mesenchymal stem cells cultured on silicon nanowire arrays.},
  author={Dandan Liu and Changqing Yi and Kaiqun Wang and Chi-chun Fong and Zuankai Wang and Pik Kwan Lo and Dong Sun and Mengsu Yang},
  journal={ACS applied materials & interfaces},
  year={2013},
  volume={5 24},
  pages={13295-304}
}
Tissue engineering combines biological cells and synthetic materials containing chemical signaling molecules to form scaffolds for tissue regeneration. Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) provide an attractive source for tissue engineering due to their versatility of multipotent differentiation. Recently, it has been recognized that both chemical and mechanical stimulations are essential mediators of adhesion and differentiation of MSCs. While significant progress has been made on the understanding… CONTINUE READING
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