Micropatterning of Proteins Using Dewetting
The ability to control protein and cell positioning on a microscopic scale is crucial in many biomedical and bioengineering applications, such as tissue engineering and development of biosensors. We propose here a novel micropatterning technique that does not require templates, molds or stencils and is based on patterning polymer films bilayers by dewetting processes, followed by the selective adsorption of proteins from buffer solutions. Evidence is obtained by fluorescence microscopy and...[Show more]
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