Thursday, November 16, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Union Square 19 & 20 (Hilton San Francisco)
#579 - Biomems and Microfluidics: Cell and Biomolecule Analysis (T3007)
Electrophoresis continues to be an integral tool for the analysis of biomolecules in both basic biology and medicine, and is now being adapted to the microfluidic device format. The ability to study processes at the single-cell level promises to provide a host of information with benefits in the area of therapeutics and drug discovery. In this session, we invite papers describing microfluidic technology to probe chemical and biochemical responses at the cellular and sub-cellular levels. In addition, we welcome contributions focused on any related aspects including simulation and modeling studies, materials modification to improve system performance, and novel sample preparation protocols.
Chair:Anubhav Tripathi
CoChair:Joshua I. Molho
3:15 PMElectroporation of Mammalian Cells in a Microfluidic Channel with Geometric Variation
Hsiang-Yu Wang, Chang Lu
3:35 PMDesign and Fabrication of High-Throughput Microfluidic 3-Dimensional Cell Culture Systems
Yuan Wen, Shang-Tian Yang
3:55 PMOn-Chip Aqueous Two-Phase Extraction for Protein Isolation from Cell Lysate
Robert J. Meagher, Harvey W. Blanch, Anup K. Singh
4:15 PMA Neuron-Compatible Microfluidic Gradient Generator
Sarah C. Heilshorn, Ning Ma, Mu-ming Poo, Lydia L. Sohn
4:35 PMThree-Dimensional Assembly of Biomedical Micro/Nanodevices Containing Cells/Biomolecules Using Carbon Dioxide
Yong Yang, Yubing Xie, Xihai Kang, L. James Lee, Douglas A. Kniss
4:55 PMBiomems for Studying C. Elegans Olfaction Behavior
Hang Lu, Samuel Fielden, Kathryn Johnson Mevs
5:15 PMMicroelectrode-Based System for Cell Adhesion Detection and in Vivo Biofilm Monitoring
Paul Takhistov

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