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Bioprinting for stem cell research.
Recently, there has been growing interest in applying bioprinting techniques to stem cell research. Several bioprinting methods have been developed utilizing acoustics, piezoelectricity, and lasers… Expand
A microfluidic device for practical label-free CD4(+) T cell counting of HIV-infected subjects.
Practical HIV diagnostics are urgently needed in resource-limited settings. While HIV infection can be diagnosed using simple, rapid, lateral flow immunoassays, HIV disease staging and treatment… Expand
Advances in developing HIV-1 viral load assays for resource-limited settings.
Commercial HIV-1 RNA viral load assays have been routinely used in developed countries to monitor antiretroviral treatment (ART). However, these assays require expensive equipment and reagents,… Expand
A cell-laden microfluidic hydrogel.
- Yibo Ling, Jamie Rubin, +4 authors A. Khademhosseini
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Lab on a chip
- 30 May 2007
The encapsulation of mammalian cells within the bulk material of microfluidic channels may be beneficial for applications ranging from tissue engineering to cell-based diagnostic assays. In this… Expand
Single cell epitaxy by acoustic picolitre droplets.
The capability to encapsulate single to few cells with micrometre precision, high viability, and controlled directionality via a nozzleless ejection technology using a gentle acoustic field would… Expand
Nano/Microfluidics for diagnosis of infectious diseases in developing countries.
- W. G. Lee, Yun-Gon Kim, B. Chung, U. Demirci, A. Khademhosseini
- Advanced drug delivery reviews
- 18 March 2010
Nano/Microfluidic technologies are emerging as powerful enabling tools for diagnosis and monitoring of infectious diseases in both developed and developing countries. Miniaturized nano/microfluidic… Expand
Ultra wide-field lens-free monitoring of cells on-chip.
We experimentally and theoretically demonstrate the proof-of-principle of a new lens-free cell monitoring platform that involves using an opto-electronic sensor array to record the shadow image of… Expand
Cell detection and counting through cell lysate impedance spectroscopy in microfluidic devices.
Cell-based microfluidic devices have attracted interest for a wide range of applications. While optical cell counting and flow cytometry-type devices have been reported extensively, sensitive and… Expand
A three-dimensional in vitro ovarian cancer coculture model using a high-throughput cell patterning platform.
- F. Xu, J. Celli, I. Rizvi, S. Moon, T. Hasan, U. Demirci
- Biology, Medicine
- Biotechnology journal
- 1 February 2011
In vitro 3D cancer models that provide a more accurate representation of disease in vivo are urgently needed to improve our understanding of cancer pathology and to develop better cancer therapies.… Expand
Advances in Plasmonic Technologies for Point of Care Applications
We reviewed SPR, localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR), and large-scale Plasmonic arrays (e.g., nanohole arrays). Expand