Microfluidic System as a Tool for Magnetic Separation of Human Cells with Diagnostic Relevance
A new microfluidic system was realized by means of a specially designed chip from silicon and glass. Magnetic disks were located above and below this chip. The transportation, mixing, incubation and the chip based separation procedure of the cell-magnetic bead suspension is caused by pumps and the rotation of permanent magnets arranged outside the chip.
KeywordsAcute Myeloid Leukemia Magnetic Bead Cell Separation Microfluidic System Bead Concentration
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