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Acoustic trapping of cells in a microfluidic format

Evander, Mikael LU ; Johansson, Linda; Lilliehorn, Tobias; Lindvall, Magnus LU ; Piskur, Jure LU ; Almqvist, Monica LU ; Johansson, Stefan; Laurell, Thomas LU and Nilsson, Johan LU (2005) Micro Total Analysis Systems 2005 1. p.515-517
Abstract
This paper presents, for the first time, non-contact acoustic trapping of cells in a

microfluidic format. The employed acoustic force maintains the cells in the center of a

fluidic channel while allowing for perfusion of e.g. nutrients or drugs as well as optical

monitoring of the cells. Neural stem cells have been acoustically trapped and tested for

viability after 15 minutes of ultrasonic radiation. It is also shown that it is possible to grow

yeast cells suspended in an acoustic standing wave while perfusing with cell media.
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subject
keywords
Trapping, Microfluidic, Cells, Acoustic
host publication
Proceedings of ┬ÁTAS 2005 Conference
editor
Jensen, Klavs F.; Han, Jongyoon; Harrison, D. Jed; Voldman, Joel; ; ; and
volume
1
pages
3 pages
publisher
Transducer Research Foundation
conference name
Micro Total Analysis Systems 2005
conference location
Boston, United States
conference dates
2005-10-09 - 2005-10-13
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  • scopus:84902468723
ISBN
0-9743611-1-9
language
English
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ded8e80e-a765-4773-b983-f59579121e8b (old id 789736)
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  abstract     = {This paper presents, for the first time, non-contact acoustic trapping of cells in a<br/><br>
microfluidic format. The employed acoustic force maintains the cells in the center of a<br/><br>
fluidic channel while allowing for perfusion of e.g. nutrients or drugs as well as optical<br/><br>
monitoring of the cells. Neural stem cells have been acoustically trapped and tested for<br/><br>
viability after 15 minutes of ultrasonic radiation. It is also shown that it is possible to grow<br/><br>
yeast cells suspended in an acoustic standing wave while perfusing with cell media.},
  author       = {Evander, Mikael and Johansson, Linda and Lilliehorn, Tobias and Lindvall, Magnus and Piskur, Jure and Almqvist, Monica and Johansson, Stefan and Laurell, Thomas and Nilsson, Johan},
  editor       = {Jensen, Klavs F. and Han, Jongyoon and Harrison, D. Jed and Voldman, Joel},
  isbn         = {0-9743611-1-9},
  keyword      = {Trapping,Microfluidic,Cells,Acoustic},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Boston, United States},
  pages        = {515--517},
  publisher    = {Transducer Research Foundation},
  title        = {Acoustic trapping of cells in a microfluidic format},
  volume       = {1},
  year         = {2005},
}