A microfluidic device based on gravity and electric force driving for flow cytometry and fluorescence activated cell sorting.

@article{Yao2004AMD,
  title={A microfluidic device based on gravity and electric force driving for flow cytometry and fluorescence activated cell sorting.},
  author={Bo Yao and Guo-An Luo and Xue Feng and Wei Wang and Ling-xin Chen and Yi-Ming Wang},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  year={2004},
  volume={4 6},
  pages={603-7}
}
A novel method based on gravity and electric force driving of cells was developed for flow cytometry and fluorescence activated cell sorting in a microfluidic chip system. In the experiments cells flowed spontaneously under their own gravity in a upright microchip, passed through the detection region and then entered into the sorting electric field one by one at an average velocity of 0.55 mm s(-1) and were fluorescence activated cell sorted (FACS) by a switch-off activation program. In order… CONTINUE READING
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