Microinjection of living adherent cells by using a semi-automatic microinjection system.

@article{Viigipuu2004MicroinjectionOL,
  title={Microinjection of living adherent cells by using a semi-automatic microinjection system.},
  author={Katrin Viigipuu and Pasi J. Kallio},
  journal={Alternatives to laboratory animals : ATLA},
  year={2004},
  volume={32 4},
  pages={417-23}
}
Testing in vitro is an alternative to animal experimentation. The capillary pressure microinjection technique is a supporting technology for efficient in vitro testing. The main benefit of the technique is the possibility of injecting large molecules into a single living cell. The ultimate goal of the research discussed in this paper is to increase the cell survival rate in capillary pressure microinjection. A method to reliably evaluate cell survival rate is therefore needed. A three-phase… CONTINUE READING
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