ttachment of hydrogel microstructures and proteins to glass via hiol-terminated silanes eong

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Micropatterning strategies often call for attachment of non-fouling biomaterials and immobilization of proteins in order to create biosensing surfaces or to control cell–surface interactions. Our laboratory has made frequent use of hydrogel photolithography – a micropatterning process for immobilizing poly(ethylene glycol) (PEG) hydrogel microstructures on… (More)

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