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Home > Press > Application Note Series complements Elliot Scientific Optical Tweezers range

Abstract:
A number of experiments were recently commissioned by Elliot Scientific to test and demonstrate the capabilities of the Elliot Scientific E3500 AOD Optical Tweezers system. These were undertaken by the Optical Trapping Group at St. Andrews University under the leadership of Prof. Kishan Dholakia. The results are available as a series of Application Notes with accompanying videos.

Application Note Series complements Elliot Scientific Optical Tweezers range

Harpenden, UK | Posted on August 6th, 2012

There are four papers that look at:

1. Trap Stiffness

2. Trapping & Manipulation

3. Cell Stretching

4. Photoporation & Transfection

All can be downloaded from our website as follows:

Application Notes -

www.elliotscientific.com/116-0-830-140/Optical-Tweezers-Application-Notes/

Application Note Videos -

www.elliotscientific.com/116-0-829-140/Optical-Tweezers-Application-Note-Videos/

Alternatively, the Notes can be read online at www.issuu.com/elliotscientific and videos viewed at www.youtube.com/elliotscientific

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David Ward
Elliot Scientific Ltd
3 Allied Business Centre, Coldharbour Lane,
Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 4UT, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)1582 766 300
Fax: +44 (0)1582 766 340

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