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A microfluidic device for continuous cancer cell culture and passage with hydrodynamic forces.Academic Article Why?
Tay, SavasPerson Why?
Viable cell culture in PDMS-based microfluidic devices.Academic Article Why?
A 3D human adipose tissue model within a microfluidic device.Academic Article Why?
A microfluidic device for measuring cell migration towards substrate-bound and soluble chemokine gradients.Academic Article Why?
Towards time-resolved serial crystallography in a microfluidic device.Academic Article Why?
Microfluidic Analytical TechniquesConcept Why?
The chemistrode: a droplet-based microfluidic device for stimulation and recording with high temporal, spatial, and chemical resolution.Academic Article Why?
Nelson, DeborahPerson Why?
A microfluidic approach for investigating the temperature dependence of biomolecular activity with single-molecule resolution.Academic Article Why?
An agarose-based microfluidic platform with a gradient buffer for 3D chemotaxis studies.Academic Article Why?
An in situ measurement of extracellular cysteamine, homocysteine, and cysteine concentrations in organotypic hippocampal slice cultures by integration of electroosmotic sampling and microfluidic analysis.Academic Article Why?
An ultra-thin PDMS membrane as a bio/micro-nano interface: fabrication and characterization.Academic Article Why?
Basic leucine zipper transcription factor Hac1 binds DNA in two distinct modes as revealed by microfluidic analyses.Academic Article Why?
Chemical analog-to-digital signal conversion based on robust threshold chemistry and its evaluation in the context of microfluidics-based quantitative assays.Academic Article Why?
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