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Title 

HeLa cell culture on nanoimprinted patterns using conducting polymer

 

전도성 고분자 나노임프린트 패턴 상의 HeLa 세포 배양

Authors 

J AhnK ParkS LeeS JungH LimYong Beom ShinJ Lee

Issue Date 

2017

Citation 

Transactions of Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers, B

Keywords 

Cell CultureConducting PolymerNano StructureNanoimprint Lithography

Abstract 

In bioscience and biotechnology, the research of fundamental life mechanisms and their diseases caused by insufficiency is important. The study of a whole organism is difficult and sometimes impossible because of DNA, RNA, proteins, cellular organelles, various cells, and organs. Cell cultures can provide a simple method for researching cellular mechanisms and conditions, both in terms of physiological performance, and in response to chemical stimulation. According to conventional cell culture methodology, the flat surface is used with surface treatments for cell adhesion on the surface. Micro-and nanoscale patterns have been developed with chemical and biochemical modifications for cell immobilization. In this study, HeLa cell culture on nanostructures patterns was studied, including the 300 nm line and 150 nm pillar structures, using nanoimprint lithography and pyrrole as a biocompatible conducting polymer

ISSN 

1226-4881

Link 

http://dx.doi.org/10.3795/KSME-B.2017.41.1.63

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1. Journal Articles > Journal Articles

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2019-05-02


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