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A simple microviscometric apporach based on Brownian motion tracking

HNYLUCHOVÁ, Z. PEKAŘ, M. MRAVEC, F. VENEROVÁ, T.BJALONČÍKOVÁ, P. KARAS, P. KUBALA, L. VÍTEČEK, J.

Original Title

A simple microviscometric apporach based on Brownian motion tracking

English Title

A simple microviscometric apporach based on Brownian motion tracking

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this paper, we report a simple microviscometric approach which can be conducted with common laboratory equipment. The core of this approach consists in a freely available standalone script to process particle trajectory data based on a Newtonian model. The utility of the approach was demonstrated using model solutions of glycerine, hyaluronate, and mouse blood plasma. Therefore, this microviscometric approach based on a newly developed freely available script can be suggested for determination of the viscosity of small biological samples (e.g., body fluids).

English abstract

In this paper, we report a simple microviscometric approach which can be conducted with common laboratory equipment. The core of this approach consists in a freely available standalone script to process particle trajectory data based on a Newtonian model. The utility of the approach was demonstrated using model solutions of glycerine, hyaluronate, and mouse blood plasma. Therefore, this microviscometric approach based on a newly developed freely available script can be suggested for determination of the viscosity of small biological samples (e.g., body fluids).

Keywords

microrheology, viscosity, free available script

RIV year

2015

Released

25.02.2015

Pages from

023710-1

Pages to

023710-5

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT113095,
  author="Zuzana {Hnyluchová} and Miloslav {Pekař} and Filip {Mravec} and Tereza {Venerová}",
  title="A simple microviscometric apporach based on Brownian motion tracking",
  annote="In this paper, we report a simple microviscometric approach which can be conducted with common laboratory equipment. The core of this approach consists in a freely available standalone script to process particle trajectory data based on a Newtonian model. The utility of the approach was demonstrated using model solutions of glycerine, hyaluronate, and mouse blood plasma. Therefore, this microviscometric approach based on a newly developed freely available script can be suggested for determination of the viscosity of small biological samples (e.g., body fluids).",
  chapter="113095",
  doi="10.1063/1.4913386",
  number="86",
  volume="86",
  year="2015",
  month="february",
  pages="023710-1--023710-5",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}