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Journal of Postdoctoral Research (JPR) - Vol. 2 No. 3 March 2014
Progress in Mediating Cell Functions on Honeycomb Substratum
Xiaohui Wu

Current Understanding of Proton Conduction in Confined Ionomeric Systems
Shudipro Dishari

A new IPSEpro® library for the simulation of binary mixtures of real fluids in power cycle analysis
Maria E. Mondejar and Marcus Thern.

Many Roles of CCL20: Emphasis on Breast Cancer
Kingsley O. Osuala and Bonnie F. Sloane

Applications of Bases in Transition Metal Catalyzed Reactions
Zhao Yuan

QSAR Study of Thiophene-Anthranilamides Based Factor Xa Direct Inhibitors
Preetpal S Sidhu

Let There Be Light Activated Drug Release
Stephan C. Jahn

A Breakthrough Therapy in Relapsed Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia: the Combination of Idelalisib and Rituximab
Yiming Zhong, Ta-Ming Liu, and Amy J Johnson

A Model Method for Studying Norovirus
Laura A. Adamson-Small

Xiaohui Wu

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Wickenden Building, Room 419, 10900 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7207, USA
Abstract: The clinic needs of advanced biomaterials for tissue regeneration have driven the study on pores, ridges, fibers, and other microstructured features to mimic the topographies available on basement membranes. Recently, the honeycomb topography with well-ordered pores has drawn increasing attention due to its significant influence on cell functions and the effects can be cell type dependent. To gain potential application in tissue regeneration, we have to obtain good understanding of the interaction between honeycomb pores and cells. In this review article, we will introduce the deep meanings of research on honeycomb topography, review several useful approaches to fabrication of honeycomb patterns, describe topographical influence on application in biomaterials, and discuss the regulation of cell function on honeycomb patterns.

Shudipro Dishari

Chemical Engineering, Penn Sate, University Park, Pennsylvania 16802, USA