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Système de microstructuration de surface par photopatterning
Max. size34.14 x 25.6 cm / 300 dpi
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System for surface microstructuring using photopatterning. Photopatterning is used to control the geometry of cells, whose shape is variable, making it easier to produce statistics when a particular parameter is being studied. Research scientists use this to study how the mechanical properties of cells contribute to various processes, including infection in particular.