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BP: Fachverband Biologische Physik

BP 26: Focus: Biological Cells in Microfluidics I

Mittwoch, 18. März 2020, 15:00–17:30, SCH A251

Microfluidic devices have a great potential to enable precise label-free analysis and manipulation of heterogeneous cell suspensions based on the intrinsic properties of the cell. This focus session will discuss recent advances in the behavior of biological cells and cell-mimicking systems in microfluidic flow, and represent a forum of theoretical and experimental contributions.

15:00 BP 26.1 Numerical Investigation of Cell Deformation during Bioprinting — •Sebastian Johannes Müller and Stephan Gekle
15:15 BP 26.2 Geometry-induced focusing of red blood cells in a contraction-expansion microfluidic device — •Steffen Michael Recktenwald, Asena Abay, Thomas John, Lars Kaestner, and Christian Wagner
15:30 BP 26.3 Optical Detection, Characterization and Sorting of Cells and Vesicles in Microfluidics — •Tobias Neckernuss, Daniel Geiger, Jonas Pfeil, Lisa Kwapich, Patricia Schwilling, and Othmar Marti
15:45 BP 26.4 Microfluidic platforms to study forces on model cells — •Tom Robinson
16:00 BP 26.5 High Throughput Microfluidic Characterization of Erythrocyte Shapes and Mechanical Variability — •Felix Reichel, Johannes Mauer, Ahsan Nawaz, Gerhard Gompper, Jochen Guck, and Dmitry Fedosov
  16:15 15 min. coffee break
16:30 BP 26.6 Hauptvortrag: 3 D Classification of Red Blood Cells in microchannels — •Christian Wagner
17:00 BP 26.7 Simulation of cell deformation inside a microfluidic channel under the influence of a non-Newtonian fluid. — •Ralf Schuster, Bob Fregin, Oliver Otto, and Othmar Marti
17:15 BP 26.8 ROS induces intracellular acidosis associated with increased cell stiffening — •Yesaswini Komaragiri, Huy Tung Dau, Doreen Biedenweg, Ricardo H Pires, and Oliver Otto
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