Thermomicrocapillaries as temperature biosensors in single cells

Herth S, Giesguth M, Wedel W, Reiss G, Dietz K-J (2013)
Applied Physics Letters 102(10): 103505.

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Temperature is an important physical parameter in biology and its deviation from optimum can cause damage in biosystems. Thermocouples based on the Seebeck effect can be structured on glass microcapillaries to obtain thermomicrocapillaries (TMCs) usable in a micromanipulation setup. The suitability of the setup was proven by monitoring the temperature increase upon illumination of leaves and single cells following insertion of the TMC. The increase was 1.5K in green tissue and 0.75K in white leaf sections due to lower absorption. In single cells of trichomes, the increase was 0.5K due to heat dissipation to the surrounding air. (C) 2013 American Institute of Physics.
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Herth S, Giesguth M, Wedel W, Reiss G, Dietz K-J. Thermomicrocapillaries as temperature biosensors in single cells. Applied Physics Letters. 2013;102(10): 103505.
Herth, S., Giesguth, M., Wedel, W., Reiss, G., & Dietz, K. - J. (2013). Thermomicrocapillaries as temperature biosensors in single cells. Applied Physics Letters, 102(10): 103505.
Herth, S., Giesguth, M., Wedel, W., Reiss, G., and Dietz, K. - J. (2013). Thermomicrocapillaries as temperature biosensors in single cells. Applied Physics Letters 102:103505.
Herth, S., et al., 2013. Thermomicrocapillaries as temperature biosensors in single cells. Applied Physics Letters, 102(10): 103505.
S. Herth, et al., “Thermomicrocapillaries as temperature biosensors in single cells”, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 102, 2013, : 103505.
Herth, S., Giesguth, M., Wedel, W., Reiss, G., Dietz, K.-J.: Thermomicrocapillaries as temperature biosensors in single cells. Applied Physics Letters. 102, : 103505 (2013).
Herth, Simone, Giesguth, Miriam, Wedel, Waldemar, Reiss, Günter, and Dietz, Karl-Josef. “Thermomicrocapillaries as temperature biosensors in single cells”. Applied Physics Letters 102.10 (2013): 103505.
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