Fast Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy for Characterization and Counting

2020 witnessed an increased interest in single-cell research and characterization methods. Electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) is a technique that guarantees fast throughput and label-free sensing so that it can be used to characterize electrical properties, size, or morphology of cells in microfluidic devices. Fluigent and Zurich Instruments drew on their expertise to propose a complete solution for EIS in microfluidics. In this webinar, we present an EIS system consisting of a lock-in amplifier and microfluidic flow controllers and put it to work on detecting microbeads and water-in-oil droplets.
What you will learn
March 11th, 2021

Discover a new method for double emulsion production:

  • How EIS helps in cell research
  • The functioning principle of EIS
  • Introduction of our EIS microfluidic platform, including
  • System implementation and actuation (video)
  • Experimental results for microparticles and droplet detection (video)
  • Examples of our systems used in research laboratories




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