A means for orienting flat cells in flow systems.


Flattened cells, such as red blood cells, epithelial cells, and sperm of many species, cause problems for fluorescence-activated cell analysis and sorting machines because the flow systems of such devices are unable to control the orientation of these cells as they flow past the detectors. For this reason, the fluorescence or scattered light measurements… (More)


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@article{Stovel1978AMF, title={A means for orienting flat cells in flow systems.}, author={Rebecca Stovel and R. Sweet and L. A. Herzenberg}, journal={Biophysical journal}, year={1978}, volume={23 1}, pages={1-5} }