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Neuron growth engineering on a photoinduced surface relief grating: a tool for plastic neuroelectronics
Author(s): R. Barille; S. Ahmadi Kandjani; S. Dabos-Seignon; J.-M. Nunzi; F. Letournel; E. Ortyl; S. Kucharski
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Paper Abstract

The orientation and attachment of neuronal cells were controlled by submicron-scale topographical patterns. The surface structure is realized with a laser beam and photo-responsive azobenzene polymer thin films. A surface relief grating (SRG) can be produced by self-organization of molecules under the action of light. The cells are attached onto the SRG and preferentially grown along the groove direction. The use of polymer thin films is good candidate for cellular engineering applications.

Paper Details

Date Published: 14 April 2006
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 6191, Biophotonics and New Therapy Frontiers, 61911Q (14 April 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.663527
Show Author Affiliations
R. Barille, Lab. PMOA, Univ. d'Angers (France)
S. Ahmadi Kandjani, Lab. PMOA, Univ. d'Angers (France)
S. Dabos-Seignon, Lab. PMOA, Univ. d'Angers (France)
J.-M. Nunzi, Lab. PMOA, Univ. d'Angers (France)
F. Letournel, Lab. de Neurobiologie et Neuropathologie, CHU (France)
E. Ortyl, Wroclaw Technical Univ. (Poland)
S. Kucharski, Wroclaw Technical Univ. (Poland)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 6191:
Biophotonics and New Therapy Frontiers
Romualda Grzymala; Olivier Haeberle, Editor(s)

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