Local Carpet Bombardment of Immobilized Cancer Cells with Hydrodynamic Cavitation

2020-2021 Spring
Faculty Department of Project Supervisor: 
Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
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We will focus on carpet bombardment of immobilized cells with cavitating flows. For this, immobilized cancer cell lines will be exposed to micro scale cavitating flows under the effect of cavitation microbubbles. The deformation as a result of cavitation bubbles on exposed cells differs from one cell type to another. Therefore, the difference in cell deformation upon carpet bombardment will act as a valuable indicator for cancer diagnosis.

Related Areas of Project: 
Molecular Biology, Genetics and Bioengineering
Materials Science ve Nano Engineering
Mechatronics Engineering

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