Image-Predicated Sorting of Adherent Cells Using Photopatterned Hydrogels
Author(s)Kovac, Joseph; Gerardin, Ylaine; Voldman, Joel
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Using photopatterned hydrogels and selective cell encapsulation, populations of adherent cells are examined using microscopy and sorted into viable sub-populations predicated on their imaged phenotypes. The inexpensive method utilizes commercial reagents and equipment available in many labs, making image-predicated cell sorting an accessible technique for a large number of individual labs.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Advanced Healthcare Materials
Kovac, Joseph, Ylaine Gerardin, and Joel Voldman. “Image-Predicated Sorting of Adherent Cells Using Photopatterned Hydrogels.” Advanced Healthcare Materials 2, no. 4 (November 1, 2012): 552–556.
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