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Murat Guvendiren and Jason A. Burdick Stem Cell Response to Spatially and Temporally Displayed and Reversible Surface Topography Advanced Healthcare Materials 2

Version of Record online: 5 SEP 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/adhm.201200105

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Strain-induced buckling is used to generate spatially and temporally controlled reversible surface topography. The pattern morphology, size, alignment, and order are precisely tuned by the magnitude and direction of the strain. Stem cells are found to be responsive to spatial and temporal topography changes, indicated by preferred reversible alignment of the cell and nuclei as well as morphological changes.

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