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DEPDeputy
DEPDeposit
DEPData Execution Prevention (computer security)
DEPDepartment of Environmental Protection
DEPDependent
DEPDeparture
DEPDepot
DEPDeposition
DEPdeployed (US DoD)
DEPDillinger Escape Plan (band)
DEPDiethyl Phthalate
DEPDielectrophoresis
DEPDescanse En Paz (Spanish: Rest in Peace)
DEPDirection de l'Education Permanente (French: Department of Further Education; est. 1974)
DEPDébit Expiratoire de Pointe (French: peak expiratory flow)
DEPDistributed Engineering Plant
DEPDisability Education Program (Australia)
DEPDisplaced Employee Program
DEPData Entry Panel
DEPDesert Eagle Pistol
DEPDisability Equality Partnership (UK)
DEPDesign and Engineering Practice
DEPDistal Embolic Protection (cardiology)
DEPDisney's Electrical Parade
DEPDroit de l'Environnement dans la Pratique (French)
DEPDevelopment Education Programme
DEPDeaf Empowerment Program
DEPDeflection Error Probable
DEPData Encryption Peripheral
DEPDraft Equipment Publication
DEPDefense Enterprise Program
DEPData Encryption Processor
DEPDelayed Enlistment/Entry Program (US DoD)
DEPDomestic Emergency Preparedness (FEMA)
DEPDegressive Error Protection (algorithm)
DEPDirectory Enabled Provisioning
DEPDivision des Etudes et de la Prospective (French: Division of Studies and Forecasting)
DEPDocument Enterprise Platform
DEPDistributed Engineering Plan
DEPDual Element Pump
DEPDesign External Pressure
DEPDevelopment and Environmental Project (Tanzania)
DEPDescending Evoked Potential (neurophysiological intraoperative monitoring)
DEPDimanche de l'Eglise Persécutée (French: Sunday of the Persecuted Church)
DEPDevelopment Education Project
DEPDisease Education Program (various organizations)
DEPDivision de l'Enseignement Privé (French: Division of Private Education)
DEPDipartimento de Economia Politica (Italian: Department of Economic Policy)
DEPDepth-Of-Field Exposure Program (Canon)
DEPDiagnostic Environnement Prévention (French: Environment Prevention Diagnostics)
DEPDivision des Établissements Privés (French: Private Institutions Division)
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Which companies have products that rely on dielectrophoresis applications and what are their products?
is a micro-fluidics systems engineering company with extensive proprietary dielectrophoresis technology that will fundamentally change biological sample preparation and analysis for laboratory and diagnostics instrumentation.
An electrokinetic actuator should be capable of processing both continuous or segmented fluidic samples and the same device be competent of separating nanometer-size macromolecules by means of electrophoresis, or separating micrometer-size cells by means of dielectrophoresis, or separating millimetre-scaled droplets that enclose cells, by means of electrowetting.
In an effort to concentrate bacterial cells prior to detection, the Bashir group at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, combined dielectrophoresis (DEP) with impedance microbiology for the design of an on-site incubation microfluidic biochip.
Milner, "Manipulation and Trapping of Sub-Micron Bioparticles Using Dielectrophoresis," J.
Kretschmer, R, Fritzsche, W, "Pearl Chain Formation of Nanoparticles in Microclectrode Gaps by Dielectrophoresis," Langumuir.
As for any neutral particles or molecules, the ELC also depends on a phenomenon called dielectrophoresis.
The company's DEPArray[TM] technology exploits microelectronics and the principles of dielectrophoresis to find, sort, isolate, and collect 100 percent pure populations of rare cells, such as CTCs, for single-cell based genomic and transcriptional profiling.
Nanoparticles dispersed in aqueous medium were shown to assemble into microwires, nanowires, chains, dendrites, and ID, 2D crystals by dielectrophoresis [38].
the ISET (isolation by size of epithelial tumor cells) filter or a novel 3-dimensional microfilter]; a new versatile label-free biochip that exploits the unique differences in size and deformability of cancer cells (larger and stiffer than blood cells); a photoacoustic flow cytometer; a microfluidics device that combines multiorifice flow fractionation and the dielectrophoresis (DEP) cell separation technique; and a DEP field-flow fractionation device that allows isolation of viable CTCs by their different response to DEP owing to their differences in size and membrane properties (7, 8).
Molecules and cells can be manipulated and measured in applied fields using dielectrophoresis, microwave scanning probes, atomic force microscopy, acoustic devices, and optical and magnetic tweezers.
Coverage includes common microfabrication techniques utilized to create microfluidic devices and on-chip flow control and mixing microsystems, on-chip electrophoresis and isoelectric focusing methods for quantitative biology, electrical methods for manipulations of droplets via electrowetting and particles via dielectrophoresis for separations and chemical reactions, methods for integrated optical characterization of microfluidic devices and for controlling chemical gradients within devices, microimmunoassay diagnostics, MicroFACS system, and microtubule motors in microfluidics.