Chemistry, Cellular Science, Molecular Biology
Fibrillar M13 bacteriophages were used as basic building blocks to generate thin films with aligned nanogrooves, which, upon chemical grafting with RGD peptides, guide cell alignment and orient the cell outgrowth along defined directions.
Published in Chemical Communications, Issue 41, 2008, pages 5185-5187.
© Chemical Communications 2008, Royal Society of Chemistry
Rong, J., Lee, L. A., Li, K., Harp, B., Mello, C. M., Niu, Z., & Wang, Q. (2008). Oriented cell growth on self-assembled bacteriophage M13 thin films. Chemical Communications, 41, 5185-5187.