Conductive biomaterials are an ideal bio-substrate for modifying cellular behaviors by conducting either internal or external electrical signals.
In this study, researchers successfully culture our cortical neurons on Nonfunctionalized graphene nanosheets (NGN): Shiyun Meng, Rong Peng. Growth and Follow-Up of Primary Cortical Neuron Cells on Nonfunctionalized Graphene Nanosheet Film. Article first published online: January 18, 2018. https://doi.org/10.5301/jabfm.5000263.
Figure: Spray-coating a nonfunctionalized graphene nanosheet (NGN) on a glass slide. To fix the NGN onto the glass slide, polyurethane (PU) was firstly spin-coated onto glass slides as a polymer matrix, then NGN particles were spray-coated on by airbrush.
Figure: Nuclei formed in 7 and 14 days of cell culture are shown at a relatively high magnification (scale bar = 50 μm): 1/500 MAP-2 (H-300) and 1/500 Alexa Fluor® 488 anti-Rabbit stained green for neuron microtubules and DAPI stained blue neuron nuclei.
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