3 years ago

3D material cytometry (3DMaC): a very high-replicate, high-throughput analytical method using microfabricated, shape-specific, cell-material niches

3D material cytometry (3DMaC): a very high-replicate, high-throughput analytical method using microfabricated, shape-specific, cell-material niches
Krishnendu Roy, Jenny Jeong, Kirsten Parratt, Peng Qiu
Studying cell behavior within 3D material niches is key to understanding cell biology in health and diseases, and developing biomaterials for regenerative medicine applications.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/LC/~3/7lEzsss180U/C7LC00451F

DOI: 2017/LC/C7LC00451F

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