Ultrasonic standing wave manipulation technology integrated into a dielectrophoretic chip.

@article{Wiklund2006UltrasonicSW,
  title={Ultrasonic standing wave manipulation technology integrated into a dielectrophoretic chip.},
  author={Martin Wiklund and Christiane G{\"u}nther and Robert Lemor and Magnus Sebastian Jaeger and G{\"u}nter Fuhr and Hans M. Hertz},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  year={2006},
  volume={6 12},
  pages={1537-44}
}
Several cell-based biological applications in microfluidic systems require simultaneous high-throughput and individual handling of cells or other bioparticles. Available chip-based tools for contactless manipulation are designed for either high-precision handling of individual particles, or high-throughput handling of ensembles of particles. In order to simultaneously perform both, we have combined two manipulation technologies based on ultrasonic standing waves (USWs) and dielectrophoresis… CONTINUE READING
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