Development of a sticker sealed microfluidic device for in situ analytical measurements using synchrotron radiation
Microfluidic devices operate with small amounts of samples through micrometer and/or sub-micrometer channels1. As the main characteristics, these devices show reduced size, low weight, and high throughput.
In the microfluidic device, homogeneous cell-laden beads were generating by manipulating the flow rates of continuously flowing oil and cell-loaded GelMa bioink.
Paper microfluidic implementation of loop mediated isothermal amplification for early diagnosis of hepatitis C virus
The early diagnosis of active hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection remains a significant barrier to the treatment of the disease and to preventing the associated significant morbidity and mortality seen, worldwide.