BE 167L Lecture 4 General (ppt)

BE 167L Lecture 4 General (ppt) - BE 167L Bioengineering...

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BE 167L – Bioengineering Lab Lecture 4
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Goals for this lecture Get a sense for how soft lithography works Get a preview of what you’ll be doing in lab Get a survey of what types of research could be done using soft lithography as a tool Get ideas for what type of experiment you want to do in lab
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3 Miller et al. Tiss. Eng. 2002 Bioengineering covers a large range of length scales Ostuni et al. Langmuir 2003
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Microfabrication and Soft Lithography Miniaturize designs Observe controlled experiments Change designs quickly Applications to Microfluidics, Microcontact Printing
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Lauer et al. Biomaterials 2001 Stevens et al. Biomaterials 2005 Agarose stamp transfers cells into patterned culture Laminin is micro-contact printed with a PDMS stamp to pattern neural cell attachment Patterned cell growth studies
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6 Microfluidic systems laminar flow, micromanipulations lab-on-a-chip study individual cells sort cells
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Soft Lithography Micro- and nanofabrication techniques based on soft/elastomeric materials as pattern transfers micro-contact printing replica molding micromolding in capillaries microtransfer molding elastomeric membranes microfluidic devices 7
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Overview
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course BE 167 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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BE 167L Lecture 4 General (ppt) - BE 167L Bioengineering...

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