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A Silicon-Based Single-Cell Electroporation Microchip for Gene Transfer

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4 Author(s)
Cho, Y. ; CIRMM-IIS, Tokyo Univ. ; Le Pioufle, B. ; Takama, N. ; Kim, B.

In our contribution, we present the fabrication of electroporation microchip in detail. The practical experiments of single-cell electroporation with our fabricated microchip will be carried out. Electroporation test efficiency and cell viability tests will be provided. This device enables to reduce the size of samples and thus the use of small amount of reagents. It may also permit to avoid cell separation (transfected cells versus non transfected cells) encountered when traditional bulk electroporation is held

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Microtechnologies in Medicine and Biology, 2006 International Conference on

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9-12 May 2006

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