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Smart Materials With Dynamically Controllable Surfaces

Joerg Lahann, Robert Langer

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AbstractRecent progress in various biotechnology fields, such as microfluidics, tissue engineering, and cellular biology, has created a great demand for substrates that can undergo defined remodeling with time. As a result, the latest research on materials with dynamically controllable surface properties has led to a variety of novel smart surface designs.