Tomoyuki Yasukawa

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On-chip transformation of Escherichia coli cells was accomplished for the first time using a microbial array chip. The continuous E. coli transformation procedures were performed on a chip in which the microcompartment was composed of PDMS microfluidic channels and a silicon substrate predeposited with different plasmid DNAs. The PDMS microfluidic device(More)
—In this work, we report the control of a microparticle position within fluid flow based on its size by using a repulsive force generated with negative dielectrophoresis (n-DEP). The n-DEP based fluidic channel, which was consisted of navigator and separator electrodes, was used to manipulate the particle flow in the center of channel and to control the(More)
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