Deformation of single cells - optical two-beam traps and more

@inproceedings{Nielsen2019DeformationOS,
  title={Deformation of single cells - optical two-beam traps and more},
  author={Kristian Fog Nielsen and Tony B. Rungling and M H Dziegiel and Rodolphe Marie and Kirstine Berg-S{\o}rensen},
  booktitle={OPTO},
  year={2019}
}
An optical two-beam trap composed from two counter propagating laser beams is an interesting setup due to the ability of the system to trap, hold, and stretch soft biological objects like vesicles or single cells. Because of this functionality, the system was also named the optical stretcher by Jochen Guck, Josep Kaas and co-workers almost 20 years ago. In a favorable setup, the two opposing laser beams meet with equal intensities in the middle of a fluidic channel in which cells may ow past… CONTINUE READING

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