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Physico chemistry of solids, thin films, biotechnologies
Applications for micro & nano- technologies, energy, health ...

Tissue Engineering

OBJECTIVES

Our goal is to engineer 2D and 3D platforms for studying myogenesis in vitro, from satellite cells division to muscle tissue assembly, in well controlled microenvironments. Our 2D biomaterials are layer-by-layer films made of polysaccharides and polypeptides, whose biochemical, mechanical and topographical properties are precisely controlled. Our 3D approaches are based on micro- and nanofabrication techniques to control and modulate the microenvironment of the cell.

Group Members

   Claire Monge (Post doc)
   Benoit Kalman (Phd student)
   Hironori Yamazoe (Visiting assistant professor)
   Tristan Begoc (Master student)
   Amaris Guevara (Master student)

Selected Publications

Microfabrication of a platform to measure and manipulate the mechanics of engineered microtissues.
Ramade A, Legant WR, Picart C, Chen CS, Boudou T.
Methods Cell Biol. 2014.   
Rigidity-patterned polyelectrolyte films to control myoblast cell adhesion and spatial organization.
Monge C, Saha N, Boudou T, Pozos-Vasquez C, Dulong V, Glinel K, Picart C.
Adv. Funct. Mat. 2013.
Effect of RGD functionalization and stiffness modulation of polyelectrolyte multilayer films on muscle cell differentiation.
Gribova V, Gauthier-Rouviere C, Albiges-Rizo C, Auzely-Velty R, Picart C.
Acta Biomat. 2013.
Engineering muscle tissues on microstructured polyelectrolyte multilayer films.
Monge C, Ren K, Berton K, Guillot R, Peyrade D, Picart C.
Tissue Eng. A. 2012.
Manipulation of the adhesive behavior of skeletal muscle cells on soft and stiff polyelectrolyte multilayer films.
Ren K, Fourel L, Gauthier-Rouvière C, Albigès-Rizo C, Picart C.
Acta Biomat. 2010.
 

Written by Colette Lartigue

Date of update March 10, 2015

Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes
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