Neuronal adhesion and growth on polyethylenimine tracks microprinted on polyethyleneoxide-polypropyleneoxide coated surfaces

T.G. Ruardij, M.A.F. van den Boogaart, Wim Rutten

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Abstract

Adsorbed layers of polyediylenoxide-polypropylenoxide (PEO-PPO) blockcopolymers were tested as neurophobic background coatings in neuronal patterning studies over a time period of 30 days. Microprinted tracks of polyethylenimine (PEI) were used as the neuron-adhesive part of the pattern. Results showed that PEO-PPO surfactants F108 and F127 (Synperonics, ICI) significantly reduced the growth of neuronal tissue when adsorbed on Polyimide and Fluorocarbon surfaces up till 8 days. Also survival of neuronal tissue was not negatively affected by the PEO-PPO. Viability of the cultures was assessed after 30 days and showed viability factors above 0.9 (scale 0 to 1).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSecond joint IEEE-EMBS/BMES Conference 2002
PublisherIEEE
Pages2121-2122
Number of pages2
ISBN (Print)0-7803-7613-7, 0-7803-7612-9
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 23 Oct 2002
EventSecond Joint EMBS/BMES Conference 2002 - Houston, United States
Duration: 23 Oct 200226 Oct 2002
Conference number: 2

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ConferenceSecond Joint EMBS/BMES Conference 2002
CountryUnited States
CityHouston
Period23/10/0226/10/02

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neurons
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  • IR-43912
  • METIS-207689

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Ruardij, T. G., van den Boogaart, M. A. F., & Rutten, W. (2002). Neuronal adhesion and growth on polyethylenimine tracks microprinted on polyethyleneoxide-polypropyleneoxide coated surfaces. In Second joint IEEE-EMBS/BMES Conference 2002 (pp. 2121-2122). IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMBS.2002.1053198
Ruardij, T.G. ; van den Boogaart, M.A.F. ; Rutten, Wim. / Neuronal adhesion and growth on polyethylenimine tracks microprinted on polyethyleneoxide-polypropyleneoxide coated surfaces. Second joint IEEE-EMBS/BMES Conference 2002. IEEE, 2002. pp. 2121-2122
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Ruardij, TG, van den Boogaart, MAF & Rutten, W 2002, Neuronal adhesion and growth on polyethylenimine tracks microprinted on polyethyleneoxide-polypropyleneoxide coated surfaces. in Second joint IEEE-EMBS/BMES Conference 2002. IEEE, pp. 2121-2122, Second Joint EMBS/BMES Conference 2002, Houston, United States, 23/10/02. https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMBS.2002.1053198

Neuronal adhesion and growth on polyethylenimine tracks microprinted on polyethyleneoxide-polypropyleneoxide coated surfaces. / Ruardij, T.G.; van den Boogaart, M.A.F.; Rutten, Wim.

Second joint IEEE-EMBS/BMES Conference 2002. IEEE, 2002. p. 2121-2122.

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Ruardij TG, van den Boogaart MAF, Rutten W. Neuronal adhesion and growth on polyethylenimine tracks microprinted on polyethyleneoxide-polypropyleneoxide coated surfaces. In Second joint IEEE-EMBS/BMES Conference 2002. IEEE. 2002. p. 2121-2122 https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMBS.2002.1053198