It is demonstrated that cells can be utilized as a crosslinker to form network structures from polymers. The properties of these systems can be interpreted with classical network theory. This approach can be useful to determine various parameters related to cell receptor–ligand binding (see Figure), such as the number of bonds, as well as to suggest a unique means to the delivery of cells for therapeutic purposes.
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