High Resolution Cell Positioning Based on a Flow Reduction Mechanism for Enhancing Deformability Mapping

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The dispersion of cell deformability mapping is affected not only by the resolution of the sensing system, but also by cell deformability itself. In order to extract the pure deformability characteristics of cells, it is necessary to improve the resolution of cell actuation in the sensing system, particularly in the case of active sensing, where an actuator… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/mi5041188

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@article{Sakuma2014HighRC, title={High Resolution Cell Positioning Based on a Flow Reduction Mechanism for Enhancing Deformability Mapping}, author={Shinya Sakuma and Keisuke Kuroda and Fumihito Arai and Tatsunori Taniguchi and Tomohito Ohtani and Yasushi Sakata and Makoto Kaneko}, journal={Micromachines}, year={2014}, volume={5}, pages={1188-1201} }