Single micro electrode dielectrophoretic tweezers for manipulation of suspended cells and particles.
- Published Article
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta
- Publication Date
Jun 28, 1999
Cells or particles in aqueous suspension close to a single capacitively coupled micro electrode (CCME) driven with high frequency electric fields experience dielectrophoretic forces. The effects near the CCME can be used for trapping and manipulation of single cells using externally metallised glass pipettes and might be used to develop a microscope based on force or capacitance measurements in conductive media.
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