Nano metrices for Cell Culture
3D cell cultures mimic the length-scale of natural nanoscale methods and are currently being used to better understand how physical signals affect cell activity and coordinate cellular processes. complex cells such as stem cell differentiation and tissue organization. Advances in nanotechnology have increased our ability to design stimulus-responsive interfaces that govern extracellular physical and biological signals as a function of location and time. Intracellular sensing and subcellular delivery were performed using synthetic, natural and cellular nanofiber substrates. The topic of nanotechnology cell-material interfaces is evolving rapidly, with the potential to revolutionize basic cellular research and regenerative medicine.