Current Trends of Microfluidic Single-Cell Technologies
AbstractThe investigation of human disease mechanisms is difficult due to the heterogeneity in gene expression and the physiological state of cells in a given population. In comparison to bulk cell measurements, single-cell measurement technologies can provide a better understanding of the interactions among molecules, organelles, cells, and the microenvironment, which can aid in the development of therapeutics and diagnostic tools. In recent years, single-cell technologies have become increasingly robust and accessible, although limitations exist. In this review, we describe the recent advances in single-cell technologies and their applications in single-cell manipulation, diagnosis, and therapeutics development. View Full-Text
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Shinde, P.; Mohan, L.; Kumar, A.; Dey, K.; Maddi, A.; Patananan, A.N.; Tseng, F.-G.; Chang, H.-Y.; Nagai, M.; Santra, T.S. Current Trends of Microfluidic Single-Cell Technologies. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2018, 19, 3143.
Shinde P, Mohan L, Kumar A, Dey K, Maddi A, Patananan AN, Tseng F-G, Chang H-Y, Nagai M, Santra TS. Current Trends of Microfluidic Single-Cell Technologies. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2018; 19(10):3143.Chicago/Turabian Style
Shinde, Pallavi; Mohan, Loganathan; Kumar, Amogh; Dey, Koyel; Maddi, Anjali; Patananan, Alexander N.; Tseng, Fan-Gang; Chang, Hwan-You; Nagai, Moeto; Santra, Tuhin S. 2018. "Current Trends of Microfluidic Single-Cell Technologies." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 19, no. 10: 3143.
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