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Electrical/electrochemical impedance for rapid detection of foodborne pathogenic bacteria.
The realization of rapid, sensitive, and specific methods to detect foodborne pathogenic bacteria is central to implementing effective practice to ensure food safety and security. As a principle ofExpand
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3D biofabrication strategies for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
Over the past several decades, there has been an ever-increasing demand for organ transplants. However, there is a severe shortage of donor organs, and as a result of the increasing demand, the gapExpand
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A cellular Trojan Horse for delivery of therapeutic nanoparticles into tumors.
Destruction of hypoxic regions within tumors, virtually inaccessible to cancer therapies, may well prevent malignant progression. The tumor's recruitment of monocytes into these regions may beExpand
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Three-dimensional photopatterning of hydrogels using stereolithography for long-term cell encapsulation.
Cell-encapsulated hydrogels with complex three-dimensional (3D) structures were fabricated from photopolymerizable poly(ethylene glycol) diacrylate (PEGDA) using modified 'top-down' and 'bottoms-up'Expand
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Patterning the differentiation of C2C12 skeletal myoblasts.
Mammalian cells are sensitive to the physical properties of their micro-environment such as the stiffness and geometry of the substrate. It is known that the stiffness of the substrate plays a keyExpand
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'Living cantilever arrays' for characterization of mass of single live cells in fluids.
The size of a cell is a fundamental physiological property and is closely regulated by various environmental and genetic factors. Optical or confocal microscopy can be used to measure the dimensionsExpand
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BioMEMS: state-of-the-art in detection, opportunities and prospects.
  • R. Bashir
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Advanced drug delivery reviews
  • 22 September 2004
In recent years, the biological and biomedical applications of micro- and nanotechnology (commonly referred to as Biomedical or Biological Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems [BioMEMS]) have becomeExpand
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Dielectrophoretic separation and manipulation of live and heat-treated cells of Listeria on microfabricated devices with interdigitated electrodes
Abstract Dielectrophoresis, the movement of particles in non-uniform ac electric field, was used to separate live and heat-treated Listeria innocua cells with great efficiency on the micro-fabricatedExpand
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Measurement of adherent cell mass and growth
The characterization of physical properties of cells such as their mass and stiffness has been of great interest and can have profound implications in cell biology, tissue engineering, cancer, andExpand
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A multifunctional micro-fluidic system for dielectrophoretic concentration coupled with immuno-capture of low numbers of Listeria monocytogenes.
In this study, we demonstrated a micro-fluidic system with multiple functions, including concentration of bacteria using dielectrophoresis (DEP) and selective capture using antibody recognition,Expand
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