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A Decade of Advances in Single-Cell Nanocoating for Mammalian Cells

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Abstract
Strategic advances in the single-cell nanocoating of mammalian cells have noticeably been made during the last decade, and many potential applications have been demonstrated. Various cell-coating strategies have been proposed via adaptation of reported methods in the surface sciences and/or materials identification that ensure the sustainability of labile mammalian cells during chemical manipulation. Here an overview of the methodological development and potential applications to the healthcare sector in the nanocoating of mammalian cells made during the last decade is provided. The materials used for the nanocoating are categorized into polymers, hydrogels, polyphenolic compounds, nanoparticles, and minerals, and the corresponding strategies are described under the given set of materials. It also suggests, as a future direction, the creation of the cytospace system that is hierarchically composed of the physically separated but mutually interacting cellular hybrids.
Author(s)
이호재김나영임형빈김범진박지훈최인성
Issued Date
2021
Type
Article
Keyword
Cellscell‐surface engineeringcytoprotectionmammalian cellsnanocoatingsingle‐cell nanoencapsulationSustainable development
DOI
10.1002/adhm.202100347
URI
https://oak.ulsan.ac.kr/handle/2021.oak/9644
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Publisher
ADVANCED HEALTHCARE MATERIALS
Location
미국
Language
영어
ISSN
2192-2640
Citation Volume
10
Citation Number
13
Citation Start Page
2100347
Citation End Page
2011347
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Natural Science > Chemistry
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