This technology is able to discriminate, in vivo,
rapidly and efficiently, healthy from cancer cells,
based on measuring physical parameters like mass,
density and cell viscoelasticity.
- Faster: By avoiding labeling processes, this technology can lead to more efficient and cheap processes for early detection of certain illnesses.
- In vivo: The interaction of the cell samples with the chemical environment can be studied in real time.
The biosensing devices manufactured with this technology could be useful for cell sorting in different applications:
- Disease detection
- Toxicity assessment
- Protein engineering
- Cell sorting
- Flow cytometry
- Cell biosensing
- Label free
- Cell analysis
Nataly Pizarro · Project Manager