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Engineers create optoelectronic tweezers to round up cells, microparticles

...tting diode has been used to trap more than 10,000 microparticles at the same time," said Ming Wu, UC Berkeley professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences and principal investigator of the study. "Optoelectronic tweezers can produce instant microfluidic circuits without the need for sophisticated micr...

Yale scientists participate in $12.3M NIH National Technology Center

... pull, position, and twist up to about one hundred microparticles simultaneously," said Dufresne. "We will stimulate individual cells with precisely coordinated biochemical and mechanical signals to quantify their dynamic response. Using multiple probes together, we will be able to measure cooperative effects in ce...

Circulating endothelial microparticles lead to heart valve disease

...der normal physiological conditions, low levels of microparticles are continually being shed into the blood from the...ng some diseases, the level of endothelium-derived microparticles circulating in the blood rises. Now, researchers from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee ...

ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- January 10, 2007

... are reporting successful lab tests of new polymer microparticles that show promise as a long-sought way to deliver ... describe successful cell culture experiments with microparticles encapsulating superoxide dismutase (SOD). That compound is getting wide attention as a potential tre...

MIT particles pave way for new bedside diagnostics

... and the corresponding target is quantified. The microparticles are inexpensive because they can be produced efficiently in a single step. The design of the particles also makes the scanning devices cheaper. With multiple distinct regions, the barcode can be read and the target quantified using a single fluoresce...

In preeclampsia, researchers identify proteins that cause blood vessel damage

...vered at term by cesarean section. They found that microparticles released from the placenta contain a protein that ...nogen activator inhibitor-1). They also found that microparticles contain soluble Flt-1, which inhibits blood vessel growth, and that microparticles contain extremely...

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