Issue 1 • Feb. 2007
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Dielectrophoretic detection of membrane morphology changes in Jurkat T-cells undergoing etoposide-induced apoptosisPublication Year: 2007, Page(s):2 - 9
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A dielectrophoresis (DEP) cell profiler, with concurrent FACS measurements, was used to monitor the morphological changes of Jurkat T-cells as they progressed through chemically induced apoptosis using etoposide. The cell `physiometry' profiling technique measures the radius and the so-called DEP crossover frequency fxo of individual cells in a suspension, and this information was used ... View full abstract»
The ability to deliver large molecules, for example nucleic acids, to cells using carbon nanotubes has been reviewed. Potential applications of functionalised nanotubes to deliver oxygen to cancer cells to enhance the effects of radiotherapy are considered View full abstract»
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