electroporation

Electroporation Microchip With Integrated Conducting Polymer Electrode Array for Highly Sensitive Impedance Measurement

Electroporation Microchip With Integrated Conducting Polymer Electrode Array for Highly Sensitive Impedance Measurement IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)
An in vitro platform is presented that monitors the degree of electroporation while cells are treated with pulsed electric fields. The developed electroporation chip can assess the integrity of a monolayer of cells by performing electrochemical impedance spectroscopy with microelectrodes. The sensitivity of the system is significantly enhanced by reducing the impedance of the sensing electrodes which is achieved by applying a PEDOT:PSS coating. The integrated system of sensing and stimulation electrodes provides feedback on treatment progression and can be used to study electroporation dynamics. read more
Correlation Between Optical Fluorescence and Microwave Transmission During Single-cell Electroporation

Correlation Between Optical Fluorescence and Microwave Transmission During Single-cell Electroporation

Author(s): Hang Li, Xiao Ma, Xiaotian Du, Lei Li, Xuanhong Cheng, James C. M. Hwang
Correlation Between Optical Fluorescence and Microwave Transmission During Single-cell Electroporation 170 177 IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering (TBME)

      Electroporation is a widely used physical (as opposed to chemical or biological) method to enhance the permeability of a cell membrane, with the degree of enhancement determined by applied…

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