DOI:10.1038/nmat3794
Corpus ID: 11215748
Bioactive hydrogels: Lighting the way.
D. Alge, K. Anseth
Published 1 November 2013
Biology, Chemistry
Nature materials
Advances in photochemistry have profoundly impacted the way in which biology is studied. Now, a photoactivated enzymatic patterning method that offers spatiotemporal control over the presentation of… 
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