Microfluidic methods and different biochip geometries are now used regularly to spatially manipulate cells and particles for applications in cell biology, physics and chemistry. Methods of manipulating cells and particles include patch clamping; specific biochip geometries for particle/cell trapping; hydrodynamic cell trapping; optical tweezers; dielectrophoretic trapping; magnetic trapping and acoustic trapping. Cellix's products are recommended for methods involving different biochip geometries; hydrodynamic cell trapping and magnetic trapping.
VenaDeltaY Biochips for hydrodynamic focusing
ExiGo Pump: up to 4 channel for hydrodynamic focusing experiments