Real-Time Monitoring of Stem Cells by Diamond-Based Impedance Sensors†
AbstractCell-based impedance spectroscopy is a promising label-free method for electrical monitoring of cell activity. Here we present a diamond-based impedance sensor with built-in gold interdigitated electrodes (IDEs) as a promising platform for simultaneous electrical and optical monitoring of adipose-derived stem cells (ASC). The impedance spectra were collected in a wide frequency range (from 100 Hz to 50 kHz) for 27 h of cultivation in chambers designed for static cultivation. Absolute impedance spectra were analyzed in terms of measurement frequencies and cell properties monitored by high-resolution digital camera.
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Procházka, V.; Matějka, R.; Ižák, T.; Szabó, O.; Štěpanovská, J.; Bačáková, L.; Kromka, A. Real-Time Monitoring of Stem Cells by Diamond-Based Impedance Sensors. Proceedings 2017, 1, 515.
Procházka V, Matějka R, Ižák T, Szabó O, Štěpanovská J, Bačáková L, Kromka A. Real-Time Monitoring of Stem Cells by Diamond-Based Impedance Sensors. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):515.Chicago/Turabian Style
Procházka, Václav; Matějka, Roman; Ižák, Tibor; Szabó, Ondrej; Štěpanovská, Jana; Bačáková, Lucie; Kromka, Alexander. 2017. "Real-Time Monitoring of Stem Cells by Diamond-Based Impedance Sensors." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 515.
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