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Using Azobenzene-embedded Self-assembled Monolayers To Photochemically Control Cell Adhesion Reversibly.

Dingbin Liu, Yunyan Xie, Huawu Shao, Xingyu Jiang
Published 2009 · Medicine, Chemistry

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A celling point: A mixed self-assembled monolayer comprising two types of alkanethiols--one containing an azobenzene unit terminated with a peptide, the other containing a hexa(ethylene glycol) group that resists nonspecific cell adhesion--enables cell adhesion to be modulated photochemically. The reversible conversion of the azobenzene moiety between E and Z configurations allows the surface to either support or resist cell adhesion.
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