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Critical Reviews™ in Biomedical Engineering

DOI: 10.1615/CritRevBiomedEng.2013006378
pages 37-50

Electrical Lysis: Dynamics Revisited and Advances in On-chip Operation

Bashir I. Morshed
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN 38152
Maitham Shams
Department of Electronics, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada
Tofy Mussivand
Medical Devices Innovation Institute, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada

RÉSUMÉ

Electrical lysis (EL) is the process of breaking the cell membrane to expose the internal contents under an applied high electric field. Lysis is an important phenomenon for cellular analysis, medical treatment, and biofouling control. This paper aims to review, summarize, and analyze recent advancements on EL. Major databases including PubMed, Ei Engineering Village, IEEE Xplore, and Scholars Portal were searched using relevant keywords. More than 50 articles published in English since 1997 are cited in this article. EL has several key advantages compared to other lysis techniques such as chemical, mechanical, sonication, or laser, including rapid speed of operation, ability to control, miniaturization, low cost, and low power requirement. A variety of cell types have been investigated for including protoplasts, E. coli, yeasts, blood cells, and cancer cells. EL has been developed and applied for decon-tamination, cytology, genetics, single-cell analysis, cancer treatment, and other applications. On-chip EL is a promising technology for multiplexed automated implementation of cell-sample preparation and processing with micro- or nanoliter reagents.


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