Abstract

3D multiphoton laser writing microfabrication has good resolution but has relatively low throughput. We suggest 3D multiphoton-induced wide field illumination lithography, and it can be a viable high throughput system for patterning tissue engineering substrates.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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