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SELECTBIO Conferences Organs-on-Chips and 3D-Cultures: Technologies and Approaches

Cheolgi Kim's Biography

Cheolgi Kim, Professor, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST)

Prof. CheolGi Kim received B.Sc. degree (1983) from Seoul National University, Ph.D (1989) from KAIST (Department of Physics), Korea. He started Research life in Korea Research Institute of Science and Standard (KRISS) (-1995), and currently he is Professor in Department of Emerging Materials Science in DGIST since 2014. His research interests include nano-structured magnetic materials for highly qualified spintronics materials and devices, magnetic based biochip and cell chip. He has published more than 270 SCI journal articles, and holds 15 domestic and international patents. He got several Awards from domestic organizations, and Distinction Medal from Montpellier University, France (2014).

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Digital Magnetophoresis for Rare Cell Collection and their Logical Manipulation

Friday, 8 July 2016 at 08:00

Add to Calendar ▼2016-07-08 08:00:002016-07-08 09:00:00Europe/LondonDigital Magnetophoresis for Rare Cell Collection and their Logical

The ability to manipulate individual cells has profound applications for gene sequencing, single cell analysis for their heterogeneity based on cell separation technology. Even though, various single cell platforms are exit, it is still challenge to collect rare cells and their digital manipulation in large-scale. Here, we demonstrate a class of integrated magnetic track circuits for executing sequential and parallel, timed operations on an ensemble of single particles and cells. The magnetic tracks are fabricated by lithographic technology. These magnetic tracks used for the passive control of cells/particles similar to electrical conductor, diodes and capacitor. When the magnetic tracks are combined into arrays and driven by rotating magnetic field, the single cells are precisely control for multiplexed analysis. In addition, the concentric cell translocation and separation were performed by the assembly of this magnetic track into a novel architecture, resembled with spider web network, where all the cells are concentrated into one position and then transported to apartments for the single cell analysis.

Add to Calendar ▼2016-07-07 00:00:002016-07-08 00:00:00Europe/LondonOrgans-on-Chips and 3D-Cultures: Technologies and