NewsThe tiny structures that mimic a cell’s natural
environment

9th February 2022by admin0
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When biologists study cells under a microscope, they
look at them on flat surfaces that are nothing like the environment
inside the human body. Now, researchers at NTNU have found a way to
mimic some aspects of a cell’s native environment using tiny
polymer pillars. Their work, funded by the Research Council of
Norway, is published in the journal Nanoscale Research
Letters.

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