'Living cantilever arrays' for characterization of mass of single live cells in fluids.

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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 dimensions of adherent cells, and Coulter counter or flow cytometry (forward scattering light intensity) can be used to estimate the volume of single cells in a flow… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/b803601b

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@article{Park2008LivingCA, title={'Living cantilever arrays' for characterization of mass of single live cells in fluids.}, author={Kidong Park and Jaesung Jang and Daniel Irimia and Jennifer E Sturgis and James Lee and J. Paul Robinson and Mehmet Toner and Rashid Bashir}, journal={Lab on a chip}, year={2008}, volume={8 7}, pages={1034-41} }