Special Issue "Micro/Nano Fluidics and Bio-MEMS"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 May 2016)
Prof. Fan-Gang Tseng
Department of Engineering and System Science, Frontier Research Center on Fundamental and Applied Sciences of Matters, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, ROC-30013
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Interests: MEMS/NEMS; microfluidics; 3D tissue culture; electrochemical sensors; nanotechnology in biomedical applications
Cells play significant roles in our day-to-day life. However, the behaviors of cells or cells with the environment, with their organelles and their intracellular physical/biochemical/biological effects, are still unknown. Micro/Nanofluidic and Bio-MEMS devices are capable to manipulate and detect bio-samples, reagents, or biomolecules at micro/nano scales and well-fulfill the requirements for cellular analysis. These devices are not only useful to simulate physiological environment of cell, cellular transport mechanisms, cell proliferation, differentiation, neural network coordination, and cardiomyocytes synchronization, but it can also easily control the biochemical, physical, and mechanical parameters of cells.
This Special Issue will invite manuscripts conducting research on the integration of micro/nanofluidics and Bio-MEMS devices dealing with cell manipulation, injection, separation, lysis, and cell dynamics, as well as various detection schemes. The role of cellular analysis in system biology, proteomics, genomics, metabolomics, and their application in bioprocess engineering, future challenge, advantages, and limitations are also welcome to be included in the manuscripts.
Prof. Dr. Fan-Gang Tseng
Dr. Tuhin Subhra Santra
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- organ on a chip
- cell chip
- micro total analysis (µTAS)
- flow cytometry
- cell heterogeneity
- cell perturbation, interaction, cultivation
- cell proteomics, genomics, epigenomes, metabolomics, fluxomics
- electroporation, optoporation/photoporation, mechanoporation, sonoporation, microinjection
- mechanical characterization
- optical characterization
- biochemical characterization
- system biology