A low-sample-loss microfluidic system for the quantification of size-independent cellular electrical property—Its demonstration for the identification and characterization of circulating tumour cells (CTCs)

@inproceedings{Chiu2017ALM,
  title={A low-sample-loss microfluidic system for the quantification of size-independent cellular electrical property—Its demonstration for the identification and characterization of circulating tumour cells (CTCs)},
  author={Tzu-Keng Chiu and Yang Zhao and Deyong Chen and Chia-Hsun Hsieh and Ke Wang and Wen-Pin Chou and Chia-Jung Liao and Hsin-Yao Wang and Beiyuan Fan and Junbo Wang and Jian Chen and Min-Hsien Wu},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract The current approaches for the characterization of cellular electrical properties normally require a tested sample with high cell quantity, restricting their application in the cases in which the cell number in a sample is limited. To address this issue, this study presented a low-sample-loss microfluidic system capable of characterizing the size-independent electrical properties (e.g., specific membrane capacitance and cytoplasm conductivity) of single cells. In the design, a… CONTINUE READING

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