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Biocompatible 3D printed polymers via fused deposition modelling direct C2C12 cellular phenotype in vitro

Biocompatible 3D printed polymers via fused deposition modelling direct C2C12 cellular phenotype in vitro
Steven D. R. Christie, Rowan P. Rimington, Mark P. Lewis, Andrew J. Capel
This research demonstrates biocompatible 3D printed polymers that are capable of controlling skeletal muscle cellular phenotype in vitro.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/LC/~3/TBpm2FzD-VI/C7LC00577F

DOI: 2017/LC/C7LC00577F

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