Dielectrophoresis : theory, methodology and biological applications
By: Pethig, Ronald.Publisher: New Jersey John Wiley & Sons 2017Description: xviii, 428p.ISBN: 9781118671450.Subject(s): Cells -- Electric properties | Diagnostic imaging | ElectrophysiologyDDC classification: 534.4 | P443d
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Comprehensive coverage of the basic theoretical concepts and applications of dielectrophoresis from a world–renowned expert.
Features hot application topics including: Diagnostics, Cell–based Drug Discovery, Sensors for Biomedical Applications, Characterisation and Sorting of Stem Cells, Separation of Cancer Cells from Blood and Environmental Monitoring
Focuses on those aspects of the theory and practice of dielectrophoresis concerned with characterizing and manipulating cells and other bioparticles such as bacteria, viruses, proteins and nucleic acids.
Features the relevant chemical and biological concepts for those working in physics and engineering