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Data in support on the shape of Schwann cells and sympathetic neurons onto microconically structured silicon surfaces.
  • Publication Type:
    Journal article
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    Journal Article
  • Authors:
    Simitzi C, Efstathopoulos P, Kourgiantaki A, Ranella A, Charalampopoulos I, Fotakis C, Αthanassakis Ι, Stratakis E, Gravanis A
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    636, 640
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    Data Brief
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    Published online
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This article contains data related to the research article entitled "Laser fabricated discontinuous anisotropic microconical substrates as a new model scaffold to control the directionality of neuronal network outgrowth" in the Biomaterials journal [1]. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) analysis is performed to investigate whether Schwann cells and sympathetic neurons alter their morphology according to the underlying topography, comprising arrays of silicon microcones with anisotropic geometrical characteristics [1]. It is observed that although soma of sympathetic neurons always preserves its round shape, this is not the case for Schwann cells that become highly polarized in high roughness microconical substrates.
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