Fabrication of PDMS-based Acoustofluidic Devices for 3D Access to Single Cells and Small Organisms [post]

Nino F. Läubli, Bradley J. Nelson
2021 unpublished
Acoustofluidic manipulation has demonstrated significant potential for the investigation and handling of small organisms. In this protocol, we describe the steps required for the fabrication of a PDMS-based device with 150 um high structures to be used for the rotational manipulation of single cells and small organisms.
doi:10.21203/rs.3.pex-1406/v1 fatcat:zg4qoovnxjd4njwrb55l4lzm7u