Journal of Nanomaterials / 2018 / Article / Fig 14

Research Article

Embedding of Bacterial Cellulose Nanofibers within PHEMA Hydrogel Matrices: Tunable Stiffness Composites with Potential for Biomedical Applications

Figure 14

Light microscopy images of morphology of growing rMSCs at 72 h after seeding in the presence of (a) BC, (b) PHEMA matrix, and BC-PHEMA composites (c) C5, (d) C10, and (e) C20. Image (f) represents a controlling cell growth. Scale bar 100 μm is the same for all images.
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