[Noritada Kaji] Development of a microfluidic palpation device for single-cell analysis

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Noritada Kaji

Noritada Kaji

Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University
Associate Professor

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Mechanical properties of a cell including elasticity, surface tension, etc., could be regarded as one of the cellular phenotype. In this study, a high-throughput microfluidic device for quantitative measurement of a single cell deformability is developed and a novel single cell diagnostic platform is established. This powerful technique will provid information on mechanical property of a cell which is a promising parameter as well as the exisiting biochemical biomarker to analyze heterogeneous cell population.

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