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Nanostructured films as a novel substrate for chondrocytes growth.

Kim, HS; Choi, WH; Song, YA; Lee, HJ; Min, BH; Kim, JH
Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology, 11(5):4265-4268, 2011
Journal Title
Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology
We fabricated a large area silica nano-particle monolayer on glass substrates for the cell growth by the Langmuir-Blodgett technique. A thin film of 300 nm sized mono-dispersed silica particles was constructed on the air-water interface and transferred onto a glass substrate. Chondrocytes were cultured on nano-structured substrates and bare glass substrates for 8 days. The characterizations of chondrocytes on nano-structured substrate were conducted on 3rd and 6th day using confocal laser microscopy and with MTT assay for 8 days. The chondrocytes cultured on nano-structured substrate showed podia like spike and their size was larger than that formed on bare glass substrate. The metabolic activity of chondrocytes on nano-structured substrate was lower than that on bare glass substrate at early-stage, but it was recovered after 4 days.
MeSH terms
*Cell DivisionCells, CulturedChondrocytes/*cytologyHumansMicroscopy, Atomic ForceMicroscopy, ConfocalMicroscopy, Electron, Scanning*Nanostructures
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Journal Papers > School of Medicine / Graduate School of Medicine > Orthopedic Surgery
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민, 병현
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