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BPN615: Integrated Microfluidic CMOS (imCMOS) for Quantitative Cell Biology

Project ID BPN615
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Start Date Wed 2011-Feb-02 09:14:19
Last Updated Thu 2011-Feb-03 16:21:07
Abstract We present an integrated microfluidic CMOS (imCMOS) system for high-accuracy cell adhesion analysis. The hybrid imCMOS system combining novel microelectronic and microfluidic technologies features a large array of capacitive sensors implemented in 90 nm CMOS process and incorporated with microfluidic processor for cell culture devices. This imCMOS method offers the advantages of real-time, quantitative, high precision and high throughput focal cell adhesion analysis suitable for a verity of applications including neural interface studies. We demonstrate the preliminary results of system design and implementation for the electrically assessment of neural cell-surface adhesion.
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IAB Research Area Microfluidics
Researcher(s) Ebrahim Ghafar-Zadeh
Advisor(s) Luke P. Lee
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