Webinar: Single Cell Injection, Deposition and Aspiration
Force controlled manipulation with FluidFM
One of the challenges in single cell biology is to address and manipulate single cells locally while being able to monitor their reaction after the manipulation.
FluidFM is a flexible structure that features force control, making it possible to manipulate a cell without damaging it. In this webinar, jointly presented by Wiley and Nanosurf, you will get an overview of the current research possibilities using FluidFM technology in the areas of single cell injection, extraction, and deposition, with sub-picoliter accuracy.
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The speakers will cover applications like virus deposition, chemical stimulation of cells and tissues as well as injection into or extraction from single cells for enzyme activity assays or mass spectrometry.
Experts from the field and from Nanosurf will be standing by to help you understand how to conduct your research using this cutting-edge technology.
Who should attend the Webinar:
Cell biologists, biophysicists, nano scientists, scientists working with CRISPR.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Understand FluidFM technology and its application areas, limits, and possibilities
- Understand the differences between FluidFM and other micromanipulation techniques
- Learn about the benefits of force control for micromanipulation
- Learn how cell stimulation by local deposition of chemical stimuli works
- Understand how to inject into and extract material from a cell or its nucleus without sacrificing it
- Learn with which optical techniques FluidFM can be combined, and for what purpose
If you would like to get more insights, please register here free of charge.