publication . Article . Other literature type . 2014

Adhesive Micropatterns for Cells: A Microcontact Printing Protocol

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  • Published: 30 Dec 2014
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Authors: Manuel Théry and Matthieu Piel Corresponding authors ([manuel.thery@cea.fr](manuel.thery@cea.fr); [matthieu.piel@curie.fr](matthieu.piel@curie.fr)) ### INTRODUCTION This protocol describes a simple, fast, and efficient method for making adhesive micropatterns that can be used to control individual cell shape and adhesion patterns. It is based on the use of an elastomeric stamp containing microfeatures to print proteins on the substrate of choice. The process can be subdivided into three parts. First, a silicon master is fabricated, which contains the microfeatures of interest. Once fabricated, the master can be used multiple times to make stamps. Master...
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