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Miniaturized optoelectronic tweezers controlled by GaN micro-pixel light emitting diode arrays. / Zarowna-Dabrowska, Alicja; Neale, Steven L.; Massoubre, David; McKendry, Jonathan; Rae, Bruce R.; Henderson, Robert K.; Rose, Mervyn J.; Yin, Huabing; Cooper, Jonathan M.; Gu, Erdan; Dawson, Martin D.

In: Optics Express, Vol. 19, No. 3, 31.01.2011, p. 2720-2728.

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Zarowna-Dabrowska, A, Neale, SL, Massoubre, D, McKendry, J, Rae, BR, Henderson, RK, Rose, MJ, Yin, H, Cooper, JM, Gu, E & Dawson, MD 2011, 'Miniaturized optoelectronic tweezers controlled by GaN micro-pixel light emitting diode arrays' Optics Express, vol 19, no. 3, pp. 2720-2728.

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Zarowna-Dabrowska, A., Neale, S. L., Massoubre, D., McKendry, J., Rae, B. R., Henderson, R. K., ... Dawson, M. D. (2011). Miniaturized optoelectronic tweezers controlled by GaN micro-pixel light emitting diode arrays. Optics Express, 19(3), 2720-2728.

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Zarowna-Dabrowska A, Neale SL, Massoubre D, McKendry J, Rae BR, Henderson RK et al. Miniaturized optoelectronic tweezers controlled by GaN micro-pixel light emitting diode arrays. Optics Express. 2011 Jan 31;19(3):2720-2728.

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Zarowna-Dabrowska, Alicja; Neale, Steven L.; Massoubre, David; McKendry, Jonathan; Rae, Bruce R.; Henderson, Robert K.; Rose, Mervyn J.; Yin, Huabing; Cooper, Jonathan M.; Gu, Erdan; Dawson, Martin D. / Miniaturized optoelectronic tweezers controlled by GaN micro-pixel light emitting diode arrays.

In: Optics Express, Vol. 19, No. 3, 31.01.2011, p. 2720-2728.

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title = "Miniaturized optoelectronic tweezers controlled by GaN micro-pixel light emitting diode arrays",
keywords = "MANIPULATION, CELLS",
author = "Alicja Zarowna-Dabrowska and Neale, {Steven L.} and David Massoubre and Jonathan McKendry and Rae, {Bruce R.} and Henderson, {Robert K.} and Rose, {Mervyn J.} and Huabing Yin and Cooper, {Jonathan M.} and Erdan Gu and Dawson, {Martin D.}",
year = "2011",
volume = "19",
number = "3",
pages = "2720--2728",
journal = "Optics Express",
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T1 - Miniaturized optoelectronic tweezers controlled by GaN micro-pixel light emitting diode arrays

A1 - Zarowna-Dabrowska,Alicja

A1 - Neale,Steven L.

A1 - Massoubre,David

A1 - McKendry,Jonathan

A1 - Rae,Bruce R.

A1 - Henderson,Robert K.

A1 - Rose,Mervyn J.

A1 - Yin,Huabing

A1 - Cooper,Jonathan M.

A1 - Gu,Erdan

A1 - Dawson,Martin D.

AU - Zarowna-Dabrowska,Alicja

AU - Neale,Steven L.

AU - Massoubre,David

AU - McKendry,Jonathan

AU - Rae,Bruce R.

AU - Henderson,Robert K.

AU - Rose,Mervyn J.

AU - Yin,Huabing

AU - Cooper,Jonathan M.

AU - Gu,Erdan

AU - Dawson,Martin D.

PY - 2011/1/31

Y1 - 2011/1/31

N2 - <p>A novel, miniaturized optoelectronic tweezers (OET) system has been developed using a CMOS-controlled GaN micro-pixelated light emitting diode (LED) array as an integrated micro-light source. The micro-LED array offers spatio-temporal and intensity control of the emission pattern, enabling the creation of reconfigurable virtual electrodes to achieve OET. In order to analyse the mechanism responsible for particle manipulation in this OET system, the average particle velocity, electrical field and forces applied to the particles were characterized and simulated. The capability of this miniaturized OET system for manipulating and trapping multiple particles including polystyrene beads and live cells has been successfully demonstrated. (C)2011 Optical Society of America</p>

AB - <p>A novel, miniaturized optoelectronic tweezers (OET) system has been developed using a CMOS-controlled GaN micro-pixelated light emitting diode (LED) array as an integrated micro-light source. The micro-LED array offers spatio-temporal and intensity control of the emission pattern, enabling the creation of reconfigurable virtual electrodes to achieve OET. In order to analyse the mechanism responsible for particle manipulation in this OET system, the average particle velocity, electrical field and forces applied to the particles were characterized and simulated. The capability of this miniaturized OET system for manipulating and trapping multiple particles including polystyrene beads and live cells has been successfully demonstrated. (C)2011 Optical Society of America</p>

KW - MANIPULATION

KW - CELLS

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JO - Optics Express

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