Microchip Electrode Development for Traveling wave Dielectrophoresis of Non-Spherical Cell Suspensions

Sakshin Bunthawin^{*},
Jatuporn Kongklaew,
Adisorn Tuantranont,
Kata Jaruwongrangsri,
Thitima Maturos

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