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Technology Review: Blogs: TR Editors blog: Magnetic Liquid Separates Blood Cells

Posted on: December 13, 2009

Researchers at Yale have demonstrated a device that uses a magnetic liquid to separate blood cells based on their size and shape in just minutes.The device applies a magnetic field to a liquid containing magnetic nanoparticles. The nanoparticles create waves that carry cells along depending on their size, shape and mechanical properties. The researchers, led by electrical engineering professor Hur Koser, hope to develop a cheap alternative to cell-sorting techniques that are time-consuming and sometimes require expensive labeling.

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2 Responses to "Technology Review: Blogs: TR Editors blog: Magnetic Liquid Separates Blood Cells"

Now that’s absolutely amazing. I never even knew there was such a thing as a magnetic liquid. So what benefits does this break though have?

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