ELECTROPHORESIS IN HETEROGENEOUS HYDROGELS AND APPLICATIONS IN SURFACE PATTERNING

Ning Ge
The creation of chemical micropatterns on surfaces makes it possible to add unique chemical functionality to surfaces, modifying properties such as wettability, or even adding the ability to selectively bind other molecules. The creation of biochemical surface patterning in particular is useful in a variety of fields including tissue engineering and highthroughput drug screening. There are many existing surface patterning techniques which focus on precise control over the patterned geometry, even down to submicron scale...
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