Nelson, Bradley J.
- Conference Paper
The ability to precisely control the three-dimensional orientation of micrometer-sized biological samples is critical for its phenotypic investigation. We develop an acoustic wave-based microfluidic device that can be used for the trapping and rotational manipulation of single plant cells. Resonant acoustic excitation of air-filled microbubbles generates localized vortices that can be used for the controlled three-dimensional rotation of single cells. We compare the rotational capabilities of microbubble-generated vortices with that of vortices generated by vibration of solid microstructures. We demonstrate the rotational capabilities of the device using single plant cells, the pollen grain Show more
Journal / series3RD CIRP CONFERENCE ON BIOMANUFACTURING
SubjectAcoustofluidic; Acoustic Rotation; Single Cells; Imaging
Organisational unit03627 - Nelson, Bradley J.
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