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Availability of bone forming osteoblast cells from genetically modified green fluorescing protein (GFP) expressing mouse opens up the possibility of carrying out live cell imaging of the cells as they adhere, migrate and proliferate on nano-texture modified opaque metallic surfaces. Cells inoculated at a density of 200 cells/mm2 proliferated 131% over a one week period.

Publication Date

9-6-2012

Disciplines

Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering | Engineering

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Student Researcher: Rebecca L. Jensen

Faculty Advisors: Surendra N. Tewari; Joanne M. Belovich

Adhesion and Proliferation of Red Fluorescent U87 Cells in a Mirco-Incubator

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