Ferromagnetic nanowires poise an intriguing way of separating cells. The length of nanowires affects the cell separation
yield and cellular internationalization process of nanowires. While the application of nanowires brings new exciting
perspectives in biomedical engineering, the interaction between nanowires and cells needs to be further exploited. This
paper presents the study on the interactions of various Ni and Au nanowires with adherent and suspended cells, and the
effects of magnetic field on the cell adherent behavior in the presence of Ni nanowires.