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Studying the Effects of Matrix Stiffness on Cellular Function using Acrylamide-based Hydrogels

DOI :

10.3791/2089-v

August 10th, 2010

August 10th, 2010

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1Department of Pharmacology, University of Pennsylvania

The effect of substrata stiffness on cellular function can be modeled in vitro using polyacrylamide hydrogels of varying compliances.

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