Direct printing of trichlorosilanes on glass for selective protein adsorption and cell growth

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  • Maurer J
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Here we describe new methodology that allows for direct microcontact printing of octadecyltrichlorosilane onto glass coverslips followed by backfilling with an ethylene glycol terminated trichloroalkane silane; this produces patterns with regions that promote and prevent protein adsorption and allow for control of cell growth.

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  • Dawn M. Yanker

  • Joshua A. Maurer

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