Dielectrophoresis in microfluidics technology.

  title={Dielectrophoresis in microfluidics technology.},
  author={Barbaros Çetin and Dongqing Li},
  volume={32 18},
Dielectrophoresis (DEP) is the movement of a particle in a non-uniform electric field due to the interaction of the particle's dipole and spatial gradient of the electric field. DEP is a subtle solution to manipulate particles and cells at microscale due to its favorable scaling for the reduced size of the system. DEP has been utilized for many applications in microfluidic systems. In this review, a detailed analysis of the modeling of DEP-based manipulation of the particles is provided, and… CONTINUE READING
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