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A novel method for the manipulation of biological cells using fluid flow and realtime control

Michael David Curtis
In this thesis, the technology and capabilities have been developed that allow, for the first time, the study of cell mechanics in a non-contact, purely fluidic environment, in a fully automated fashion  ...  In particular, the time-dependent response of cells to imposed force is of interest to the biological sciences, but there is a lack of tools that can measure this aspect of cell behaviour.  ...  Modern sCMOS (Scientific CMOS) imaging sensors now also allow this type of exposure in a mode known as global shutter.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/58b38934ece93 fatcat:up3etu57unbzdlzojfzbt42kna