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Micropatterning in Cell Biology Part B

Methods in Cell Biology

This new volume of Methods in Cell Biology is the second volume describing micropatterning, complementing Volume 120. Chapters are written by experts in the field and include cutting-edge material.

Audience

Researchers and students in cell, molecular and developmental biology

Hardbound, 288 Pages

Published: February 2014

Imprint: Academic Press

ISBN: 978-0-12-417136-7

Contents

  • Section 1 Micropatterning isolated cell components

    1 Mitotic Spindle Assembly on Chromatin Patterns Made with Deep UV Photochemistry
      Katarzyna Tarnawska, Céline Pugieux and François Nédélec
    2 Geometrical control of actin assembly and contractility
      Anne-Cécile Reymann, Christophe Guérin, Manuel Théry, Laurent Blanchoin, and Rajaa Boujemaa-Paterski
    3 Micropatterning Microtubules
     Didier Portran
    4 Micropatterned, Multicomponent Supported  Lipid Bilayers for Cellular Systems
      Debjit Dutta and Lance C. Kam
    5 Reconstituting functional microtubule-barrier interactions
      Núria Taberner, Georges Weber, Changjiang You, Roland Dries, Jacob Piehler and Marileen Dogterom

    Section 2 Dynamic micro-patterning

    6 Polyacrylamide hydrogel micropatterning
      Timothée Vignaud, Hajer Ennomani and Manuel Théry
    7 Dynamic Photo-chemical Silane Micro-patterning
      Jun Nakanishi
    8 Dynamic Photo-chemical Lipid Micropatterning for Manipulation of Non-adherent Mammalian Cells
      Shinya Yamahira, Yumi Takasaki, Satoshi Yamaguchi, Kimio Sumaru, Toshiyuki Kanamori and Teruyuki Nagamune
    9 Thermosensitive micropatterned substrates
      Lionel Bureau and Martial Balland
    10 Fabrication of Micropatterned Arrays of Gold Nanoparticles for Photothermal Manipulation  of Living Cells
      Julien Polleux and Guillaume Baffou
    11 A reagent-based dynamic trigger for cell adhesion, shape change or cocultures
      Stijn F. M. van Dongen, Paolo Maiuri and Matthieu Piel
    12 Cell patterning by micro-pattern projection of UV light through photo-induced enhancement of cell adhesion (PIECA)
     Kimio Sumaru and Toshiyuki Kanamori

    Section 3 Micropatterning for specific applications, from forces to yeats

    13 Preparing substrates encoding cell patterning and localized intracellular magnetic particle stimulus for high-throughput experimentation
      Peter Tseng and Dino Di Carlo
    14 MICROFABRICATED CHAMBERS AS FORCE-SENSORS FOR PROBING FORCES OF FUNGAL GROWTH
      Nicolas Minc
    15 Visualizing single rod-shaped fission yeast vertically in micro-sized holes on agarose pad made by soft-lithography
      Li Wang and Phong T. Tran
    16 Microfabricated environments to  study collective cell behaviors
      Sri Ram Krishna Vedula, Andrea Ravasio, Ester Anon, Tianchi Chen, Grégoire Peyret, Mohammed Ashraf and Benoit Ladoux

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