CBio will present its innovative cell separation technology at the 35th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis (MSB). The event is being held this week at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon.
Aytug Gencoglu, PhD, Senior Microfluidics Engineer of CBio, will present during the Dielectrophoresis and Cell Sorting session on Thursday, March 28 at 1:30 PM (Ballroom A). The presentation - cellPhoresis: A dielectrophoresis based technique for rapid, nondestructive cell separation and analysis - will address the concept of electric-field based technology and a few applications this technique has been used. Dr. Mark Hayes (Arizona State University), Chairman of CBio’s Scientific Advisory Board and inventor of this technique, will chair the session.
MSB series of symposia intends to be the leading venue for advances in fundamentals and application of microscale separations in bioanalysis.
This symposium series is built upon a rich history of microscale separation science, and while formerly named HPCE to support the growing field of high performance capillary electrophoresis, the series has evolved to include all major microscale separation techniques including CE, nanoLC, microfluidics, mass spectrometry, CE-MS and Lab on a Chip devices independent whether pressure or electric field driven. The program covers all aspects of microscale separations, mass spectrometry, hyphenated detection methods, microfluidics, fundamental aspects of micro/nanofluidics and applications related to systems biology, pharmaceutical sciences, biotechnology, clinical diagnostics, food and health, nanoparticles, industrial chemicals and advanced detection & instrumentation.
CBio manufactures novel tools to measure biological cell properties non-destructively. We will save our interested customers time and money by eliminating critical bottlenecks in their cell fractionation and measurement workflows.