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BPN395: MEMS Poly/Nano: Micro Flow Lysometer for Single-cell Analysis

Project ID BPN395
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Start Date Tue 2007-Jul-24 20:09:09
Last Updated Mon 2009-Aug-10 22:49:27
Abstract This project presents a new single-cell analysis tool, flow-lysometry, for the cytosolic ATP measurement. Single-cell analysis by flowcytometry has revolutionized the measurement of complex cell populations. Only limited probes are available for the measurement of cytosolic components in single cells. While cellular components such as ATP can be measured sensitively in a suspension of cells with permeabilized plasma membranes, the determination of the distribution of such compounds in individual cells in a heterogeneous population is not available. We propose the development a novel technique, flow-lysometry, by a multi- disciplinary approach, combining cell biology and nanotechnology developed by micromechanical engineering, to measure cytosolic components of single cells.
Status Continuing
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IAB Research Area BioMEMS
Researcher(s) Won Chul Lee
Advisor(s) Albert P. Pisano
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