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New Microfluidic-based Chip Enables Cells to be Trapped with Electric Fields

News   Aug 20, 2018 | Sourced from Wiley

 
Progress Toward Personalized Medicine: Microfluidic Chip for Analysis of Single Cells

The Self-Digitization Dielectrophoretic (SD-DEP) chip is about the size of a coin and has two parallel microchannels (50 µm deep x 35 µm wide x 3.2 cm long) connected by numerous tiny little chambers. Image credit: Qin et al 2018, sourced from Wiley.

 
 
 

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