|Title||Platform for Advanced Single Cell Manipulation and Analysis (PASCA)|
|Duration/Status||36 months / project finished|
|Budget||3 Mio. EUR|
Dr. Wolfgang Streule,
The central theme of the project is the printing of single biological cells confined in micro-droplets of only one tenth of a millimetre in diameter. The mid-term objective is to establish a platform for the manipulation, culture, and analysis of individual biological cells without loss of viability.
BioFluidix is contributing to this project through its NanoJet® dispensing technology, system integration and software development.
University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland
Primadiag SAS, France
BioFluidix GmbH, Germany
Zurich Instruments AG, Switzerland
A Non-Invasive Single Cell Dispensing Approach for 2-Dimensional Micro-Patterning,
A. Yusof, L. Riegger, N. Paust, A. Ernst, R. Zengerle, P. Koltay Actuator 2010, Bremen, Germany, 14.-16. June, 2010, 1033 - 1036
Towards a microfluidic dispenser chip for printing of single cells,
A. Yusof, R. Zengerle, and P. Koltay Proc. of IEEE-MEMS, Cancun, Mexico, January 23-27, 2011, 1059-1062
Inkjet-like printing of single-cells,
A. Yusof, H. Keegan, C. D. Spillane, O. M. Sheils, C. M. Martin, J. J. O'Leary, R. Zengerle and P. Koltay Lab Chip, 2011, Advance Article, DOI: 10.1039/C1LC20176J