Wong Cheng Lee

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Efficient synchronization and selection of cells at different stages of the cell replication cycle facilitates both fundamental research and development of cell cycle-targeted therapies. Current chemical-based synchronization methods are unfavorable as these can disrupt cell physiology and metabolism. Microfluidic systems developed for physical cell(More)
Blood, a complex biological fluid, comprises 45% cellular components suspended in protein rich plasma. These different hematologic components perform distinct functions in vivo and thus the ability to efficiently fractionate blood into its individual components has innumerable applications in both clinical diagnosis and biological research. Yet, processing(More)
The capacity to produce therapeutically relevant quantities of multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) via in vitro culture is a common prerequisite for stem cell-based therapies. Although culture expanded MSCs are widely studied and considered for therapeutic applications, it has remained challenging to identify a unique set of characteristics that(More)
Inconsistencies among in vitro and in vivo experiments using adult mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) confound development of therapeutic, regenerative medicine applications, and in vitro expansion is typically required to achieve sufficient cell numbers for basic research or clinical trials. Though heterogeneity in both morphology and differentiation capacity(More)
Mechanical properties of cells can be correlated with various cell states and are now considered as an important biophysical marker. While there are many microfluidic and other techniques emerged recently to assay cell mechanical properties, most of them are affected by the inherent cell size variation of a given cell population. In this work, we present a(More)
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