This growth is likely to be driven by the rising demand for point-of-care devices, quick return on investments provided by microfluidics
devices resulting in cost reductions, and miniaturization of microfluidic
Schott is a supplier of glass substrates for microarrays and microfluidic
components made of glass.
The applicability of these imaging techniques varies with the materials used in microfluidic
Using a single piece of equipment to print microfluidic
channels and structures in the channels would improve accuracy and create more sophisticated devices.
Food materials, due to their physical and chemical complexity, have had limited success with microfluidic
Due to the proximity of electrical wires to microfluidic
channels, leak tightness is critical, and good leakage tests are certainly needed.
For this reason, there is a need for an acceptable and validated in vitro model of smoke-induced lung cancer, as it would provide valuable insight into the mechanisms, diagnosis, prevention, and therapy of lung cancer.,, The aim of this study was to detect the function of HH signaling during the process of cigarette smoke extract (CSE)-induced malignant transformation of 16HBE cells using a microfluidic
chip detection platform.
The highly parallel microfluidic
channel design allows high throughput processing that remains gentle on the cells.
ALK-Abello A/S (CPH:ALKB), a research-driven global pharmaceutical company focusing on allergy prevention, diagnosis and treatment, on Wednesday announced a partnership with China's Rellergen Biotech Inc, which grants ALK exclusive promotional rights to market Rellergen's Bio-IC microfluidic
allergen diagnosis technology to more than 190 hospitals across China.
These extraction methods are Maceration, Soxhlet, and microfluidic
extraction without and with ultrasonic wave irradiation.
The past few decades have seen a promising trend in point-of-care diagnostics, with microfluidic
technologies at the cornerstone of this emerging field.