Apoptosis goes on a chip: advances in the microfluidic analysis of programmed cell death

Wlodkowic, D, Khoshmanesh, K, Sharpe, J, Darzynkiewicz, Z and COOPER, J 2011, 'Apoptosis goes on a chip: advances in the microfluidic analysis of programmed cell death', Analytical Chemistry, vol. 83, no. 17, pp. 6439-6446.


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Title Apoptosis goes on a chip: advances in the microfluidic analysis of programmed cell death
Author(s) Wlodkowic, D
Khoshmanesh, K
Sharpe, J
Darzynkiewicz, Z
COOPER, J
Year 2011
Journal name Analytical Chemistry
Volume number 83
Issue number 17
Start page 6439
End page 6446
Total pages 8
Publisher American Chemical Society
Abstract Recent years have brought enormous progress in cell-based lab-on-a-chip technologies, allowing dynamic studies of cell death with an unprecedented accuracy. As interest in the microfabricated technologies for cell-based bioassays is rapidly gaining momentum, we highlight the most promising technologies that provide a new outlook for the rapid assessment of programmed and accidental cell death and are applicable in drug discovery, high-content drug screening, and personalized clinical diagnostics
Subject Analytical Chemistry not elsewhere classified
DOI - identifier 10.1021/ac200588g
Copyright notice © 2011 American Chemical Society
ISSN 0003-2700
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