OLED microdisplays control cell behavior through optogenetics
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OLED microdisplays are introduced as a microscopic illumination platform for cell biology. The μm-scale dimensions of each pixel and the μm-thin encapsulation enable controlled light exposure of individual live cells. This breakthrough is facilitated by recent progress in ultrathin metal electrodes and by quality control via high resolution hyperspectral imaging.
Gather , M C 2016 , ' OLED microdisplays control cell behavior through optogenetics ' SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers , vol 47 , no. 1 , pp. 699-702 . DOI: 10.1002/sdtp.10779
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DescriptionM.C. Gather acknowledges funding from Marie Curie Career Integration Grant (PCIG45-GA-2012-334407), from the Scottish Funding Council (via SUPA), and from the RS Macdonald Charitable Trust.
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