Three-dimensional cell manipulation and patterning using dielectrophoresis via a multi-layer scaffold structure.

@article{Chu2015ThreedimensionalCM,
  title={Three-dimensional cell manipulation and patterning using dielectrophoresis via a multi-layer scaffold structure.},
  author={Henry K. Chu and Zhijie Huan and James K. Mills and J C Yang and Dong Sun},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  year={2015},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={920-30}
}
Cell manipulation is imperative to the areas of cellular biology and tissue engineering, providing them a useful tool for patterning cells into cellular patterns for different analyses and applications. This paper presents a novel approach to perform three-dimensional (3D) cell manipulation and patterning with a multi-layer engineered scaffold. This scaffold structure employed dielectrophoresis as the non-contact mechanism to manipulate cells in the 3D domain. Through establishing electric… CONTINUE READING
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