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High-Throughput, Volume 7, Issue 1 (March 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Moving from an ad hoc approach to matrix optimization is incorporating high throughput strategies. [...] Read more. Moving from an ad hoc approach to matrix optimization is incorporating high throughput strategies. Samples containing property gradients down their length allow a broad range of conditions to be studied in a cost-effective manner. The gradual changes in the samples enable them to detect cellular responses that have been difficult to observe with other approaches. As appreciation for the complexity of the cell–material interface grows, the use of gradients in matrix optimization will increase. View the paper here.