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Title: Magnetic force-based micro fluidic techniques for cellular and tissue bioengineering
Authors: Yaman, Sena
Anıl İnevi, Müge
Özçivici, Engin
Tekin, Hüseyin Cumhur
Keywords: magnetic manipulations
micro fluidics
rare cell separation
cell culture
tissue engineering
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Frontiers Media S.A.
Abstract: Live cell manipulation is an important biotechnological tool for cellular and tissue level bioengineering applications due to its capacity for guiding cells for separation, isolation, concentration, and patterning. Magnetic force-based cell manipulation methods offer several advantages, such as low adverse effects on cell viability and low interference with the cellular environment. Furthermore, magnetic-based operations can be readily combined with microfluidic principles by precisely allowing control over the spatiotemporal distribution of physical and chemical factors for cell manipulation. In this review, we present recent applications of magnetic force-based cell manipulation in cellular and tissue bioengineering with an emphasis on applications with microfluidic components. Following an introduction of the theoretical background of magnetic manipulation, components of magnetic force-based cell manipulation systems are described. Thereafter, different applications, including separation of certain cell fractions, enrichment of rare cells, and guidance of cells into specific macro- or micro-arrangements to mimic natural cell organization and function, are explained. Finally, we discuss the current challenges and limitations of magnetic cell manipulation technologies in microfluidic devices with an outlook on future developments in the field.
Description: Yaman, Sena/0000-0002-0388-8901; Tekin, H. Cumhur/0000-0002-5758-5439
WOS: 000454340700001
PubMed: 30619842
ISSN: 2296-4185
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