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On-chip electrophoresis system as a tool for studying cell-cycle dependent properties

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2 Author(s)
Akagi, Takanori ; Sch. of Eng., Tokyo Univ., Bunkyo-ku, Japan ; Ichiki, Takanori

The electrophoretic mobility (EPM) measurement of synchronized cells using an on-chip electrophoresis system was studied. The EPM has been demonstrated to be different between synchronized and nonsynchronized cells. On-chip EPM measurement is expected to be a promising analysis method for evaluating cell cycle stage and to be useful in clinical and pharmaceutical applications.

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Microprocesses and Nanotechnology Conference, 2005 International

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25-28 Oct. 2005