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Author(s): Wang, Z. Y.; Yang, J.; Hu, N.; Zheng, X. L.; Yang, Z.

Development and Prospect of Cell-electrofusion Chip Technology

Journal: Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 40/3 (2012), pp. 331-338
DOI: 10.1016/S1872-2040(11)60533-1
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Abstract: Cell-electrofusion chip technique is a rapidly developing cell-fusion method in the last decade. It has been widely used in the basic research and application in many fields such as genetics, distant cross breeding of animal and plant, developmental biology, immunology, medicine, food, and agriculture. The cell-electrofusion chip technique draws much attention due to its characteristics of high controllability, easy implementation, high efficiency, and harmless, as well as easy to be observed with low consumption. This article reviews the basic principle, method and development of this technique, and predicts its improving trends.


Keywords: cell fusion    chip    microelectrode    microfluidics   

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