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Microfibrous extracellular matrix enhances in vitro modeling of the liver hepatocytes by modulating metabolism and integrin expression
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submitted on 27.01.2020 and posted on 31.01.2020by Tianjiao Huang, Curtis G. Jones, Jay H. Chung, Chengpeng Chen
ECM fabricated by electrospinning silk fibroin can modulate the energy
metabolism, amino acids bioavailability, and integrins expression in
hepatocytes, making the cells more physiologically relevant.