Chemically functionalised poly(ethylene) glycol monolayers as scaffolds for primary hepatocytes: cell targeting with galactosamine

Christopher Hamilton, Catherine Henderson, Rein Ulijn, Mary Grant

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Abstract

Conference abstract focusing on chemically functionalised poly(ethylene) glycol monolayers as scaffolds for primary hepatocytes.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Event3rd Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine World Congress - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 2 Jul 2012 → …

Conference

Conference3rd Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine World Congress
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period2/07/12 → …

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Galactosamine
Scaffolds
Polyethylene glycols
Monolayers
Hepatocytes

Keywords

  • glycol monolayers
  • primary hepatocytes
  • cell targeting
  • primary hepatocytes

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Hamilton, C., Henderson, C., Ulijn, R., & Grant, M. (2012). Chemically functionalised poly(ethylene) glycol monolayers as scaffolds for primary hepatocytes: cell targeting with galactosamine. Abstract from 3rd Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine World Congress, Vienna, Austria.
Hamilton, Christopher ; Henderson, Catherine ; Ulijn, Rein ; Grant, Mary. / Chemically functionalised poly(ethylene) glycol monolayers as scaffolds for primary hepatocytes: cell targeting with galactosamine. Abstract from 3rd Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine World Congress, Vienna, Austria.
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Hamilton, C, Henderson, C, Ulijn, R & Grant, M 2012, 'Chemically functionalised poly(ethylene) glycol monolayers as scaffolds for primary hepatocytes: cell targeting with galactosamine' 3rd Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine World Congress, Vienna, Austria, 2/07/12, .

Chemically functionalised poly(ethylene) glycol monolayers as scaffolds for primary hepatocytes: cell targeting with galactosamine. / Hamilton, Christopher; Henderson, Catherine; Ulijn, Rein; Grant, Mary.

2012. Abstract from 3rd Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine World Congress, Vienna, Austria.

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Hamilton C, Henderson C, Ulijn R, Grant M. Chemically functionalised poly(ethylene) glycol monolayers as scaffolds for primary hepatocytes: cell targeting with galactosamine. 2012. Abstract from 3rd Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine World Congress, Vienna, Austria.