Carbon Nanopipettes for Cell Surgery

@inproceedings{Schrlau2010CarbonNF,
  title={Carbon Nanopipettes for Cell Surgery},
  author={Michael G. Schrlau and Haim H. Bau},
  year={2010}
}
Carbon nanopipettes (CNPs), nanoprobes that integrate carbon nanotubes (CNTs) into larger easily maneuverable devices, provide a viable means of performing cell surgery with carbon-based nanostructures. Taking advantage of the nanoscopic tubular geometry and unique material properties of CNTs, CNPs facilitate minimally invasive cell probing, low-volume intracellular fluid injection, sensitive electrical measurements of cell signals, and other unique analytical abilities not possible with… CONTINUE READING

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