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Rigidity-Patterned Polyelectrolyte Films to Control Myoblast Cell Adhesion and Spatial Organization

Bibliographic reference Monge, Claire ; Saha, Naresh ; Boudou, Thomas ; Pózos-Vásquez, Cuauhtemoc ; Dulong, Virginie ; et. al. Rigidity-Patterned Polyelectrolyte Films to Control Myoblast Cell Adhesion and Spatial Organization. In: Advanced Functional Materials, Vol. 23, no.27, p. 3432–3442 (Juillet 2013)
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