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Concept Microfluidic Analytical Techniques
Concept Microfluidics
Academic Article Rate of mixing controls rate and outcome of autocatalytic processes: theory and microfluidic experiments with chemical reactions and blood coagulation.
Academic Article Spatial localization of bacteria controls coagulation of human blood by 'quorum acting'.
Academic Article Confinement regulates complex biochemical networks: initiation of blood clotting by "diffusion acting".
Academic Article Control of initiation, rate, and routing of spontaneous capillary-driven flow of liquid droplets through microfluidic channels on SlipChip.
Academic Article Toward mechanistic understanding of nuclear reprocessing chemistries by quantifying lanthanide solvent extraction kinetics via microfluidics with constant interfacial area and rapid mixing.
Academic Article Microfluidics using spatially defined arrays of droplets in one, two, and three dimensions.
Academic Article Spatially resolved microfluidic stimulation of lymphoid tissue ex vivo.
Academic Article Conceptual and Experimental Tools to Understand Spatial Effects and Transport Phenomena in Nonlinear Biochemical Networks Illustrated with Patchy Switching.
Academic Article Diffusion of cytokines in live lymph node tissue using microfluidic integrated optical imaging.
Academic Article User-defined local stimulation of live tissue through a movable microfluidic port.
Academic Article Two-way communication between ex vivo tissues on a microfluidic chip: application to tumor-lymph node interaction.
Academic Article Modeling Immunity In Vitro: Slices, Chips, and Engineered Tissues.
Academic Article Towards spatially-organized organs-on-chip: Photopatterning cell-laden thiol-ene and methacryloyl hydrogels in a microfluidic device.
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