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Culture of rodent hepatocytes on microgrooved surfaces: application for a flat-plate bioartificial liver device

Ting, L.K.S. and Wang, N. and Grant, M.H. and Henderson, C.J. (2004) Culture of rodent hepatocytes on microgrooved surfaces: application for a flat-plate bioartificial liver device. In: 1st International Bioengineering Conference 2004, Bioengineering: Challenges and Innovations, 2004-09-08 - 2004-09-10.

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Abstract

Paper examining the culture of rodent hepatocytes on microgrooved surfaces and the application for a flat-plate bioartificial liver device.