Towards a high-throughput electrofusion platform using droplets: cell detection and deterministic encapsulation


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Kemna, Evelien W.M. and Segerink, Loes I. and Schoeman, Rogier and Wolbers, Floor and Vermes, István and Berg van den, Albert (2011) Towards a high-throughput electrofusion platform using droplets: cell detection and deterministic encapsulation. In: 15th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, μTAS 2011, 2-6 October 2011, Seattle, Washington.

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Abstract:Here, an innovative lab-on-a-chip platform towards electrofusion in droplets is described. It comprises a novel, impedance-based cell in droplet detection. This platform also enables label-free discrimination between viable and dead cells. Moreover, a new approach of efficient encapsulation of beads in droplets is presented. Bead encapsulation with efficiencies up to 95% is shown, using inertial focusing in a curved channel.
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