Dielectrophoresis for Bioparticle Manipulation
AbstractAs an ideal method to manipulate biological particles, the dielectrophoresis (DEP) technique has been widely used in clinical diagnosis, disease treatment, drug development, immunoassays, cell sorting, etc. This review summarizes the research in the field of bioparticle manipulation based on DEP techniques. Firstly, the basic principle of DEP and its classical theories are introduced in brief; Secondly, a detailed introduction on the DEP technique used for bioparticle manipulation is presented, in which the applications are classified into five fields: capturing bioparticles to specific regions, focusing bioparticles in the sample, characterizing biomolecular interaction and detecting microorganism, pairing cells for electrofusion and separating different kinds of bioparticles; Thirdly, the effect of DEP on bioparticle viability is analyzed; Finally, the DEP techniques are summarized and future trends in bioparticle manipulation are suggested. View Full-Text
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Qian, C.; Huang, H.; Chen, L.; Li, X.; Ge, Z.; Chen, T.; Yang, Z.; Sun, L. Dielectrophoresis for Bioparticle Manipulation. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2014, 15, 18281-18309.
Qian C, Huang H, Chen L, Li X, Ge Z, Chen T, Yang Z, Sun L. Dielectrophoresis for Bioparticle Manipulation. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2014; 15(10):18281-18309.Chicago/Turabian Style
Qian, Cheng; Huang, Haibo; Chen, Liguo; Li, Xiangpeng; Ge, Zunbiao; Chen, Tao; Yang, Zhan; Sun, Lining. 2014. "Dielectrophoresis for Bioparticle Manipulation." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 15, no. 10: 18281-18309.