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High Resolution Patterning of Biomaterials for Tissue Engineering

  • Sara CoppolaEmail author
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Part of the Springer Theses book series (Springer Theses)

Abstract

In this chapter a novel approach in electro spinning for the fabrication of well-ordered microscale patterns with all the facilities and properties of conventional systems is proposed. The advantages in terms of compactness and safety because of electrode-less properties make it a promising technology for the direct printing of high resolution polymer structures avoiding all the problems of single-jet spinneret and nozzle clogging. The fabrication of active ordered patterns in the case of highly viscous materials and their functionality in terms of allowing cell growing is demonstrated. New intriguing perspectives for patterning active organic materials for optogenesis studies and for constituting integrated arrays of sensors in the human body can be foreseen.

Keywords

Lithium Niobate Elongation Viscosity Lithium Niobate Contact Guidance Electric Field Line 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Applied Sciences and Intelligent Systems, ISASI-CNRPozzuoliItaly

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