Raman spectroscopy of individual monocytes reveals that single-beam optical trapping of mononuclear cells occurs by their nucleus

Fore S, Chan J, Taylor D, Huser T (2011)
J.Optics 13(4): 044021-044021-9.

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Fore S, Chan J, Taylor D, Huser T. Raman spectroscopy of individual monocytes reveals that single-beam optical trapping of mononuclear cells occurs by their nucleus. J.Optics. 2011;13(4):044021-044021-9.
Fore, S., Chan, J., Taylor, D., & Huser, T. (2011). Raman spectroscopy of individual monocytes reveals that single-beam optical trapping of mononuclear cells occurs by their nucleus. J.Optics, 13(4), 044021-044021-9.
Fore, S., Chan, J., Taylor, D., and Huser, T. (2011). Raman spectroscopy of individual monocytes reveals that single-beam optical trapping of mononuclear cells occurs by their nucleus. J.Optics 13, 044021-044021-9.
Fore, S., et al., 2011. Raman spectroscopy of individual monocytes reveals that single-beam optical trapping of mononuclear cells occurs by their nucleus. J.Optics, 13(4), p 044021-044021-9.
S. Fore, et al., “Raman spectroscopy of individual monocytes reveals that single-beam optical trapping of mononuclear cells occurs by their nucleus”, J.Optics, vol. 13, 2011, pp. 044021-044021-9.
Fore, S., Chan, J., Taylor, D., Huser, T.: Raman spectroscopy of individual monocytes reveals that single-beam optical trapping of mononuclear cells occurs by their nucleus. J.Optics. 13, 044021-044021-9 (2011).
Fore, S., Chan, J., Taylor, D., and Huser, Thomas. “Raman spectroscopy of individual monocytes reveals that single-beam optical trapping of mononuclear cells occurs by their nucleus”. J.Optics 13.4 (2011): 044021-044021-9.
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