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Centrifugal microfluidics for cell analysis
Australian Institute for Innovative Materials - Papers
  • Robert Burger, Dublin City University
  • Daniel Kirby, Dublin City University
  • Macdara Glynn, Dublin City University
  • Charles E Nwankire, Dublin City University
  • Mary O'Sullivan, University of Limerick
  • Jonathan Siegrist, Dublin City University
  • David Kinahan, Dublin City University
  • Gerson Aguirre, Dublin City University
  • Gregor Kijanka, Dublin City University
  • Robert A Gorkin III, Dublin City University
  • Jens Ducree, Dublin City University
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Burger, R., Kirby, D., Glynn, M., Nwankire, C., O'Sullivan, M., Siegrist, J., Kinahan, D., Aguirre, G., Kijanka, G., Gorkin III, R. A. & Ducree, J. (2012). Centrifugal microfluidics for cell analysis. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 16 409-414.

Over the past two decades, centrifugal microfluidic systems have successfully demonstrated their capability for robust, high-performance liquid handling to enable modular, multipurpose lab-on-a-chip platforms for a wide range of lifescience applications. Beyond the handling of homogeneous liquids, the unique, rotationally controlled centrifugal actuation has proven to be specifically advantageous for performing cell and particle handling and assays. In this review we discuss technologies to implement two important steps for cell handling, namely separation and capturing/counting.
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Robert Burger, Daniel Kirby, Macdara Glynn, Charles E Nwankire, et al.. "Centrifugal microfluidics for cell analysis" (2012) p. 409 - 414
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