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Continuous perfusion microfluidic cell culture array for high-throughput cell-based assays.
Hybrid integrated PDMS microfluidics with a silica capillary.
Assessing Antibiotic Permeability of Gram-Negative Bacteria via Nanofluidics.
Microfluidic alignment of collagen fibers for in vitro cell culture.
Open-access microfluidic patch-clamp array with raised lateral cell trapping sites.
Sample concentration and impedance detection on a microfluidic polymer chip.
Non-invasive microfluidic gap junction assay.
Microfluidic self-assembly of tumor spheroids for anticancer drug discovery.
Human iPSC-based cardiac microphysiological system for drug screening applications.
Micromachined transmissive scanning confocal microscope.
Self-powered Imbibing Microfluidic Pump by Liquid Encapsulation: SIMPLE.
An artificial liver sinusoid with a microfluidic endothelial-like barrier for primary hepatocyte culture.
Creating high density nanoantenna arrays via plasmon enhanced particle-cavity (PEP-C) architectures.
Artificial ommatidia by self-aligned microlenses and waveguides.
Total internal reflection-based biochip utilizing a polymer-filled cavity with a micromirror sidewall.
Optically addressable single-use microfluidic valves by laser printer lithography.
A novel high aspect ratio microfluidic design to provide a stable and uniform microenvironment for cell growth in a high throughput mammalian cell culture array.
Toward integrated molecular diagnostic system (i MDx): principles and applications.
A single cell electroporation chip.
Roll-to-roll fabrication of integrated PDMS-paper microfluidics for nucleic acid amplification.