Micro- and nanofluidics has considerably matured over the last 2 decades. This holds both for the fundamental understanding of the flow on a micro- and nanoscale and for the applications in industry. Various start-up...
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- An acoustofluidic trap and transfer approach for organizing a high density single cell array June 21, 2018Lab Chip, 2018, Advance ArticleDOI: 10.1039/C8LC00196K, PaperKorine A. Ohiri, Sean T. Kelly, Jeffrey D. Motschman, Kevin H. Lin, Kris C. Wood, Benjamin B. YellenWe demonstrate a hybrid microfluidic system that combines fluidic trapping and acoustic switching to organize an array of single cells at high density.To cite this article before page numbers are assigned, use […]