Silicone implants were gifts from Mentor Worldwide LLC. The fourth generation (catalog numbers 6580031 and 7333875) and fifth generation (catalog number CPG323) of implants were tested. Implants were cut open with razor blades. The interior materials were pinched with tweezers and spread onto glass-bottom dishes. The gels were functionalized by adsorption of fibronectin at 10 μg/ml in PBS in a 4°C refrigerator overnight. Cells were seeded at 5000 cells/cm2 and analyzed 24 hours after seeding.

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