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Tug-of-War Optical Tweezers to Control Cell Clusters

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We design optical tweezers with lateral pulling forces, allowing active control of biological samples with complex shapes and different sizes. We apply these tweezers to manipulate cells and cellular clusters.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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