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Controlled self-assembly of alginate microgels by rapidly binding molecule pairs

Controlled self-assembly of alginate microgels by rapidly binding molecule pairs
Yuebi Hu, David A. Weitz, Angelo S. Mao, David J. Mooney, Huanan Wang, Rajiv M. Desai
We develop a method for self-assembly of 25- to 30 [small mu ]m sized alginate microgels, and demonstrate its applicability for singly-encapsulated stem cells and multilayered spheroids.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/LC/~3/TpUvpZY61CA/C7LC00500H

DOI: 2017/LC/C7LC00500H

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