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Electronic sorting and recovery of single live cells from microlitre sized samples.

Abstract : Sorting and recovering specific live cells from samples containing less than a few thousand cells have become major hurdles in rare cell exploration such as stem cell research, cell therapy and cell based diagnostics. We describe here a new technology based on a microelectronic chip integrating an array of over 100,000 independent electrodes and sensors which allow individual and parallel single cell manipulation of up to 10,000 cells while maintaining viability and proliferation capabilities. Manipulation is carried out using dynamic dielectrophoretic traps controlled by an electronic interface. We also demonstrate the capabilities of the chip by sorting and recovering individual live fluorescent cells from an unlabeled population.
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Submitted on : Thursday, August 17, 2006 - 5:36:40 PM
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Alexandra Fuchs, Aldo Romani, Delphine Freida, Gianni Medoro, Mélanie Abonnenc, et al.. Electronic sorting and recovery of single live cells from microlitre sized samples.. Lab on a Chip, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2006, 6 (1), pp.121-6. ⟨10.1039/b505884h⟩. ⟨inserm-00089360⟩

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