A continuous sorting technique of stem cells on a DLD microfluidic platform may greatly advance cell therapy.
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The technology works by using an electric field to first capture a single cell in a microfluidic device, followed by applying a rotating electric field to rotate the trapped cell and then measuring the rotation speed.
The team from Hangzhou Dianzi University developed a three-dimensional-stacked multi-stage inertial microfluidic sort chip to enrich and separate CTCs.
The ‘placenta-on-a-chip’ microfluidic device mimics a malaria-infected nutrient exchange between mother-foetus.
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Scientists from Northwestern University have developed a new technology platform that could bring individualised cell therapies to cancer patients.
Scientists have developed a multi-organoid system from stem cells that can replicate the liver-islet axis in type 2 diabetes.
Researchers have developed a new method that manipulates tiny water droplets in lab-on-chip applications for cell culturing and drug screening.
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.
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