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220104-O-UX334-751.JPG Photo By: U.S. Naval Research Laboratory/Chemistry Division

WASHINGTON - Cell culture with gelatin and reduced graphene oxide. The NRL-developed system enables on-demand printing of elaborate patterns for direct electronic and chemical manipulation of cells, such as the printed electrically-conductive silver NRL logo shown here. The technology is simple and inexpensive and may eventually be used to design advanced wound dressings and monitoring devices. Left: brightfield image, Right: live cell fluorescent stain. (Photo provided by NRL Chemistry Division)


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