Magnetic-based cell manipulation in microfluidic devices için kapak resmi
Magnetic-based cell manipulation in microfluidic devices
Özçelik, Özge Solmaz, author.
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xi, 63 leaves: charts;+ 1 computer laser optical disc.
Cell manipulation is the concept of altering cell movement. Different manipulation techniques have been demonstrated with microfluidic systems for various studies such as tissue engineering, circulating tumor cell (CTC) filtering, and other biomedical applications. For instance, cell patterning and filtering studies are being developed through different manipulation approaches in microfluidic platforms where one of these approaches is the magnetophoresis principle method. Positive and negative magnetophoresis can be utilized generally through labeling or non-labeling, respectively. In this thesis, two different cell manipulation platforms using negative magnetophoresis were developed for cell patterning and cell filtration applications. These platforms allow several advantages such as simple fabrication, easy control, and low cost. Compared to other devices, the developed microfluidic platforms do not require any labeling process for cells for magnetic manipulation. In the patterning platform, microparticle and cell patterns were formed inside a simple microfluidic channel with different tilted angles in <1.5 hours. Furthermore, in the filtration platform, large microparticles were separated from small microparticles with 98.25% trapping efficiency. Live/dead cell separation of human monocyte macrophage cells (U937) under different flow rates was also investigated. The suggested platforms could be useful for label-free magnetic cell patterning and filtering in biomedical applications.
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Tek Biçim Eser Adı:
Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology: Bioengineering.

İzmir Institute of Technology: Bioengineering--Thesis (Master).
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