Simple Precision Creation of Digitally Specified, Spatially Heterogeneous, Engineered Tissue Architectures
Author(s)Gurkan, Umut Atakan; Fan, Yantao; Xu, Feng; Erkmen, Burcu; Urkac, Emel Sokullu; Parlakgul, Gunes; Xing, Wangli; Demirci, Utkan; Bernstein, Jacob G; Boyden, Edward; ... Show more Show less
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Complex architectures of integrated circuits are achieved through multiple layer photolithography, which has empowered the semiconductor industry. We adapt this philosophy for tissue engineering with a versatile, scalable, and generalizable microfabrication approach to create engineered tissue architectures composed of digitally specifiable building blocks, each with tuned structural, cellular, and compositional features.
DepartmentHarvard University--MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Media Laboratory; McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT
Gurkan, Umut Atakan, Yantao Fan, Feng Xu, Burcu Erkmen, Emel Sokullu Urkac, Gunes Parlakgul, Jacob Bernstein, Wangli Xing, Edward S. Boyden, and Utkan Demirci. “Simple Precision Creation of Digitally Specified, Spatially Heterogeneous, Engineered Tissue Architectures.” Advanced Materials 25, no. 8 (November 27, 2012): 1192–1198.
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