Single Cell Manipulation using Ferromagnetic Composite MicrotransportersLab Papers (GRASP)
Document TypeJournal Article
Date of this Version1-29-2010
AbstractFor biomedical applications, such as single cell manipulation, it is important to fabricate microstructures that can be powered and controlled wirelessly in fluidic environments. In this letter, we describe the construction and operation of truly micron-sized, biocompatible ferromagnetic microtransporters driven by external magnetic fields. Microtransporters were fabricated using a simple, single step fabrication method and can be produced in large numbers. We demonstrate that they can be navigated to manipulate single cells with micron-size precision without disturbing the local environment.
Citation InformationMahmut Selman Sakar, Edward B Steager, Dal Hyung Kim, Min Jun Kim, et al.. "Single Cell Manipulation using Ferromagnetic Composite Microtransporters" (2010)
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