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3D Cell-Migration Studies using Two-Photon Engineered Polymer Scaffolds

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Advanced Materials
0935-9648
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Wiley Blackwell (John Wiley & Sons)
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  • Physics

Abstract

We use two-photon polymerization to fabricate 3D scaffolds with precise control over pore size and shape for studying cell migration in 3D. These scaffolds allow movement of cells in all directions. The fabrication, imaging, and quantitative analysis method developed here can be used to do systematic cell studies in 3D.

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