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C. elegans oocytes & chromosome segregation: microtubule pushing

(Nature Communications, 2017) In her paper, Kim Laband (from Julien Dumont's lab), studied the mechanism of meiotic chromosome segregation in C. elegans oocytes....
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C. elegans oocytes & chromosome segregation: microtubule pushing

Inhibition of microtubule assembly using fast temperature changes

(Development, 2017) Summary | In most species, oocytes lack centrosomes. Accurate meiotic spindle assembly and chromosome segregation – essential to prevent...
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Inhibition of microtubule assembly using fast temperature changes

Medium renewal and temperature control for live-cell imaging

(Open Biology, 2016) Summary | Monitoring cellular responses to changes in growth conditions and perturbation of targeted pathways is integral to...
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Medium renewal and temperature control for live-cell imaging

Real-time qPCR using CherryTemp on-a-chip

(Lab on Chip, 2016) Summary | To control future infectious disease outbreaks, like the 2014 Ebola epidemic, it is necessary to...
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Real-time qPCR using CherryTemp on-a-chip

Temperature control of thermosensitive protein regulation

(Developmental cell, 2009) Summary | The spindle midzone—composed of antiparallel microtubules, microtubule-associated proteins (MAPs), and motors—is the structure responsible for microtubule...
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Temperature control of thermosensitive protein regulation

Fast microfluidic temperature control during high resolution live cell imaging

(Lab on Chip, 2011) Summary | One major advantage of using genetically tractable model organisms such as the fission yeastSchizosaccharomyces pombe is...
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Fast microfluidic temperature control during high resolution live cell imaging

Imaging of mitochondria positioning using fast temperature regulation

(Current Biology, 2011) Summary | Mitochondria form a dynamic tubular network within the cell. Proper mitochondria movement and distribution are critical...
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Imaging of mitochondria positioning using fast temperature regulation

Fast temperature controller for live-cell imaging cytoskeleton studies

(Methods in Cell biology, 2010) Summary | Recent development in soft lithography and microfluidics enables biologists to create tools to control...
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Fast temperature controller for live-cell imaging cytoskeleton studies
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Agarose pad or lectin (Concanavalin A) methods for yeast live-cell imaging

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Agarose pad or lectin (Concanavalin A) methods for yeast live-cell imaging

Drosophila Melanogaster and temperature control

Drosophila Melanogaster Drosophila melanogaster is a species of fly, in the taxomic order of Diptera, which belongs to the Drosophilidae...
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Drosophila Melanogaster and temperature control

The importance of seal chambers to avoid evaporation while doing live-cell imaging with thermalization

Evaporation as a major issue for long-term imaging The majority of live-cell imaging experiments done by biologist require long-term analyses....
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The importance of seal chambers to avoid evaporation while doing live-cell imaging with thermalization

C. elegans, the need of controlling temperature

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C. elegans, the need of controlling temperature

Gradients generation for cell biology in microfluidics

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Gradients generation for cell biology in microfluidics

Human cells: pH monitoring in microfluidics

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Human cells: pH monitoring in microfluidics

Membranes integrated in microfluidic devices

Yizhe Zheng, Wen Dai, Declan Ryan, and Hongkai Wu, Fabrication of freestanding, microperforated membranes and their applications in microfluidics, Biomicrofluidics, 2010...
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Membranes integrated in microfluidic devices

Human cells: Microfluidics as a tool for drug delivery

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Human cells: Microfluidics as a tool for drug delivery

C. elegans immobilization via microfluidics: a short review

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C. elegans immobilization via microfluidics: a short review

Human cells: Cellular metabolism

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Human cells: Cellular metabolism

C. elegans asymmetric cell division

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C. elegans asymmetric cell division

Human cells: Cell cycle temperature control

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Human cells: Cell cycle temperature control

Cell lines: Vesicular trafficking

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Cell lines: Vesicular trafficking

C. elegans temperature-sensitive mutants

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C. elegans temperature-sensitive mutants

Tracking viral entry

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Tracking viral entry

Yeast: Cell cycle and thermosensitive mutations

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Yeast: Cell cycle and thermosensitive mutations

Ion channels experiment

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Ion channels experiment

Human cells: Microtubules experiments

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Human cells: Microtubules experiments

Worm immobilization : using microfluidic device

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Worm immobilization : using microfluidic device

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CANMAN LAB, Columbia University Medical Center

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