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Is A Single Cell Sensor Possible?

Basel Halak, A. Yakovlev, Anthony O'Niell
Published 2010 · Engineering, Medicine

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A cell-based implant is a miniaturized sensor that can be placed inside a biological living cell. This device would be able to interrogate and possibly affect biological functions in vivo. This paper explores the requirements of such a system; it also investigates the changes that need to be brought about in both fabrication technologies and design methodologies to make this visionary application a reality.
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