Researchers have developed a new method that manipulates tiny water droplets in lab-on-chip applications for cell culturing and drug screening.
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A new magnetically driven rotary microfilter has been developed to filter particles inside a lab-on-a-chip microfluidic device.
Researchers from the University of Minnesota have developed a 3D spherical microfluidic device. Here, Dr Ruitao Su explains how the new device can be used in drug discovery and development.
Microfluidic screening technologies have been used to discover a promising antibody candidate against SARS-CoV-2 and the South African variant.
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Researchers have created an immune assay that can profile host immune responses to infection and is faster than current methods.
The transparent millifluidic perfusion cassettes (mPCs) developed by researchers should allow for better evaluations of the interactions between the cells and invading pathogens.
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Styrene–maleic acid (SMA) copolymers have become popular tools used in membraneprotein research as they can extract both lipids and membrane proteins from cellular membranes while preserving the bilayer structure of the membrane in so-called nanodiscs.
A new microfluidic technology has been developed which can profile histone modifications with as few as 100 cells per assay.
Scientists have demonstrated an innovative technique for creating microparticles for tissue engineering out of a combination of disordered and partially ordered proteins.
A new microfluidic technology has been developed by researchers, which utilises magnetic ferrobots to automate chemical analyses and assays.
A recently developed microfluidics device is able to detect and separate out cancer cells in blood, without the need for dilution...
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