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Electrohydrodynamic jetting of mouse neuronal cells

Eagles, PAM; Qureshi, AN; Jayasinghe, SN; (2006) Electrohydrodynamic jetting of mouse neuronal cells. BIOCHEM J , 394 375 - 378. 10.1042/BJ20051838.

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Abstract

CAD (Cath.a-differentiated) cells, a mouse neuronal cell line, were subjected to electrohydrodynamic jetting at a field strength of 0.47-0.67 kV/mm, corresponding to an applied voltage of 710 kV. After jetting, the cells appeared normal and continued to divide at rates similar to those shown by control samples. Jetted cells, when placed in serum-free medium, underwent differentiation that was sustained for at least 1 month. Some of the droplets produced by jetting contained only a few cells. These results indicate that the process of jetting does not significantly perturb neuronal cells and that this novel approach might in the future be a useful way to deposit small numbers of living nerve cells on to surfaces.

Type:Article
Title:Electrohydrodynamic jetting of mouse neuronal cells
DOI:10.1042/BJ20051838
Keywords:electrohydrodynamic jetting (EHDJ), electrospraying, inkjet printing (IJP), neurons, ELECTRIC-FIELD, JET, DIFFERENTIATION, ATOMIZATION, GENERATION, LIQUIDS, MODES, LINE, CAD
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Mechanical Engineering

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