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Digest of INTERMAG 2003. International Magnetics Conference (Cat. No.03CH37401)
This paper shows that Saccharomyces cerevisiae efficiently interact with magnetite-based ionic magnetic fluid, leading to the formation of magnetically labeled cells which could be easily separated from the system using an appropriated field-gradient-based magnetic separator. Scanning and transmission electron microscopies were used to investigate the interaction of Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells with magnetite nanoparticles. The high-resolution microscopy data suggested that particledoi:10.1109/intmag.2003.1230779 fatcat:cmhaapfmdbdlrnx6oxdygwo4ri