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Optical separation of cells on potential energy landscapes : Enhancement with dielectric tagging. / Dholakia, Kishan; Lee, Woei Ming; Paterson, Lynn; MacDonald, Michael P.; McDonald, Richard; Andreev, Igor; Mthunzi, Patience; Brown, C. Tom A.; Marchington, Robert F.; Riches, Andrew C.

In: IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol. 13, No. 6, 2007, p. 1646-1654.

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Dholakia, K, Lee, WM, Paterson, L, MacDonald, MP, McDonald, R, Andreev, I, Mthunzi, P, Brown, CTA, Marchington, RF & Riches, AC 2007, 'Optical separation of cells on potential energy landscapes: Enhancement with dielectric tagging' IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, vol 13, no. 6, pp. 1646-1654.

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Dholakia, K., Lee, W. M., Paterson, L., MacDonald, M. P., McDonald, R., Andreev, I., Mthunzi, P., Brown, C. T. A., Marchington, R. F., & Riches, A. C. (2007). Optical separation of cells on potential energy landscapes: Enhancement with dielectric tagging. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 13(6), 1646-1654doi: 10.1109/JSTQE.2007.911314

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Dholakia K, Lee WM, Paterson L, MacDonald MP, McDonald R, Andreev I et al. Optical separation of cells on potential energy landscapes: Enhancement with dielectric tagging. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics. 2007;13(6):1646-1654.

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Dholakia, Kishan; Lee, Woei Ming; Paterson, Lynn; MacDonald, Michael P.; McDonald, Richard; Andreev, Igor; Mthunzi, Patience; Brown, C. Tom A.; Marchington, Robert F.; Riches, Andrew C. / Optical separation of cells on potential energy landscapes : Enhancement with dielectric tagging.

In: IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol. 13, No. 6, 2007, p. 1646-1654.

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title = "Optical separation of cells on potential energy landscapes",
author = "Kishan Dholakia and Lee, {Woei Ming} and Lynn Paterson and MacDonald, {Michael P.} and Richard McDonald and Igor Andreev and Patience Mthunzi and Brown, {C. Tom A.} and Marchington, {Robert F.} and Riches, {Andrew C.}",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - Optical separation of cells on potential energy landscapes

T2 - Enhancement with dielectric tagging

A1 - Dholakia,Kishan

A1 - Lee,Woei Ming

A1 - Paterson,Lynn

A1 - MacDonald,Michael P.

A1 - McDonald,Richard

A1 - Andreev,Igor

A1 - Mthunzi,Patience

A1 - Brown,C. Tom A.

A1 - Marchington,Robert F.

A1 - Riches,Andrew C.

AU - Dholakia,Kishan

AU - Lee,Woei Ming

AU - Paterson,Lynn

AU - MacDonald,Michael P.

AU - McDonald,Richard

AU - Andreev,Igor

AU - Mthunzi,Patience

AU - Brown,C. Tom A.

AU - Marchington,Robert F.

AU - Riches,Andrew C.

PY - 2007

Y1 - 2007

N2 - <p>We review the emergent techniques of microfluidic sorting of colloidal and cellular samples using optical forces. We distinguish between what we term as passive and active forms of particle sorting where we can sort either with the use of a fluorescent marker (active) or based on physical attributes alone (passive). We then examine cell sorting with optical potential landscapes such as a Bessel light beam and a multibeam interference pattern. For both forms of optical potential energy landscape, we further present the possibility of enhancing the optical sorting process by tagging dielectric microspheres onto the cells. The results suggest that the methodology of tagging can enhance the sorting of cells as they subsequently respond more strongly to an applied optical field or potential energy landscape. This technique presents a simple method to enhance the sorting process.</p>

AB - <p>We review the emergent techniques of microfluidic sorting of colloidal and cellular samples using optical forces. We distinguish between what we term as passive and active forms of particle sorting where we can sort either with the use of a fluorescent marker (active) or based on physical attributes alone (passive). We then examine cell sorting with optical potential landscapes such as a Bessel light beam and a multibeam interference pattern. For both forms of optical potential energy landscape, we further present the possibility of enhancing the optical sorting process by tagging dielectric microspheres onto the cells. The results suggest that the methodology of tagging can enhance the sorting of cells as they subsequently respond more strongly to an applied optical field or potential energy landscape. This technique presents a simple method to enhance the sorting process.</p>

KW - cell tagging

KW - flow cytometry

KW - optical sorting

KW - optical trapping

KW - optical tweezers

KW - MAMMALIAN-CELLS

KW - MANIPULATION

KW - PARTICLES

KW - LIGHT

KW - CHROMATOGRAPHY

KW - TWEEZERS

KW - MICROMANIPULATION

KW - MICROPARTICLES

KW - EXCITATION

KW - DELIVERY

U2 - 10.1109/JSTQE.2007.911314

DO - 10.1109/JSTQE.2007.911314

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JO - IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics

JF - IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics

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