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Research Article

Osteoconductive Potential of Barrier NanoSiO2 PLGA Membranes Functionalized by Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition

Figure 6

HOB cells grown on SiO2 functionalized membranes, immunolabelled with rhodamine-phalloidin for actin cytoskeleton (red) and antivinculin antibody (green) for focal adhesion sites, 48 hours after seeding. Representative images of cytoskeletal features and focal adhesions, showing in detail (a, b) stress fibers development, (c, d) cell clustering, and (e, f) lamellipodial and (g, h) filopodial emissions.
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