micromanipulation


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micromanipulation

[¦mī·krō·mə‚nip·yə′lā·shən]
(biology)
The techniques and practice of microdissection, microvivisection, microisolation, and microinjection.
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"Optoelectronic tweezers are cost-effective and allow parallel micromanipulation of particles," said Zhang, who is now at the University of Toronto in Canada.
Stained cells were washed and carefully transferred onto a glass slide for single cell isolation by micromanipulation (2).
Within industrial micromanipulation application, semiconductors and microelectronics segment would continue to lead, accounting for more than three-fourth of the overall market revenue in 2020.
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics of the United Kingdom (UK) [22] has reviewed the novel micromanipulation techniques, which can be utilised for the prevention of mtDNA disorders.
Production of cloned embryos: The solution used for micromanipulation was Hepes-buffered TCM-199 that was supplemented with 5 g/ml of CB and 2% CS.
It reviews current methods and experiences, then provides an atlas of normal and abnormal human preimplantation development; micromanipulation and biopsy of polar bodies, blastomeres, and blastocytes; nuclear transfer techniques and the prospect for artificial gamete formation; and preimplantation diagnosis for aneuploidies, translocations, and single-gene disorders.
The last chapter discusses instrumentation and lab requirements for micromanipulation. Detailed protocols are provided for many procedures, including specific volumes, concentrations, and reaction times.
Chaiilet, "A micromanipulation cell including a tool changer," Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, vol.
Piat, "Control of a particular micro-macro positioning system applied to cell micromanipulation," IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, vol.
Waisman et al., "Clonal expansions of CD8+ T cells dominate the T cell infiltrate in active multiple sclerosis lesions as shown by micromanipulation and single cell polymerase chain reaction," Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol.
[23] who concluded that "optical micromanipulation of spermatozoa" with long wavelength nIR laser beam causes significantly less damage as compared to ultraviolet exposure.
Dario, Micromanipulation, communication and swarm intelligence issues in a swarm microrobotic platform, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, vol.