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A novel method is presented for in situ quantification of living cell adhesion forces using a homemade nanorobotic system provided with two independently actuated probes that form a dual-probe nanotweezer capable of pick-and-place manipulation of a single living cell in an aqueous environment. Compared with single-cell force spectroscopy (SCFS) based on(More)
Optical tweezers use a tightly focused laser beam to trap dielectric micro-object. Haptic optical tweezers integrate a robotic haptic device into the system to control trap positions and in the meantime feedback forces. This technique opens a broad reaching applications by providing direct and intuitive interactions during micromanipulation. However, 1 kHz(More)
Optical tweezers are one of the most versatile technique to achieve biological micromanipulation. It will benefit of automatization or teleoperation for faster achieving complex tasks. Here a new vision technique is presented with high potential for high-speed, high-resolution 3D tracking of trapped objects. The characterization of this event-based(More)
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