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On-chip Sample Preparation for Complete Blood Count from Raw Blood
This video shows the operation of a monolithic microfluidic device capable of on-chip sample preparation for both RBC and WBC measurements from whole blood. For the first time, on-chip sample processing (e.g. dilution, lysis, and filtration) and downstream single cell measurement were fully integrated to enable sample preparation and single cell analysis from whole blood on a single device. Experimental characterization of over 100000 cells from 10 patient blood samples validated the system's capability for performing on-chip raw blood processing and measurement. For details, refer to [J116] on the Publications page.
Human Sperm Rheotaxis: a Passive Physical Process
This video shows the quantative study of sperm flagellar motion during human sperm rheotaxis, which is a long-range guiding mechanism for sperm navigation to the egg cell. Experimental results show that there is no significant difference in flagellar beating amplitude and asymmetry between rheotaxis-turning sperm and those sperm swimming freely in the absence of fluid flow. Additionally, fluorescence image tracking shows no Ca2+ influx during sperm rheotaxis turning, further suggesting there is no active signal transduction during human sperm rheotaxis. For details, refer to [J130] on the Publications page.
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