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Ekaterina V. Skorb and Daria V. Andreeva Surface Nanoarchitecture for Bio-Applications: Self-Regulating Intelligent Interfaces Advanced Functional Materials 23

Article first published online: 16 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201203884

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Significant advances in surface nanoarchitecture for bio-applications such as biocompatible surfaces, antifouling systems, implantation, stem cell research, organ-on-chip, and lab-on-chip are reviewed. The design of intelligent surfaces with both space- and time-dependent functionality requires selected materials, methodology used for nanostructuring, an active cell surface interface, patterning, drug depots in the substrate, and stimuli response (including multi-trigger response of system and self-regulation).

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