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

Hamilton, Christopher and Henderson, Catherine and Ulijn, Rein and Grant, Mary (2012) Chemically functionalised poly(ethylene) glycol monolayers as scaffolds for primary hepatocytes: cell targeting with galactosamine. In: 3rd Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine World Congress, 2012-07-02.

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Abstract

Conference abstract focusing on chemically functionalised poly(ethylene) glycol monolayers as scaffolds for primary hepatocytes.