Magnetic-microcontact printing based ECM nano-patterning allows homogeneous controlling of cell growth and behavior

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Magnetic-microcontact printing based ECM nano-patterning allows homogeneous controlling of cell growth and behavior
 
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Marc Botcherby1*, Julie Foncy2, Adriana Lagraulet3**, Benjamin Berteloite3**, Aurore Esteve2, Marie-Charline Blatche4, Laurent Malaquin2 & Christophe Vieu2,5

 
 

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