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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- Automated serial dilutions for high-dynamic-range assays enabled by fill-level-coupled valving in centrifugal microfluidics May 19, 2019Lab Chip, 2019, Accepted ManuscriptDOI: 10.1039/C9LC00092E, PaperPeter Juelg, Mara Specht, Elena Kipf, Michael Lehnert, Cornelia Eckert, Mark Keller, Tobias Hutzenlaub, Felix von Stetten, Roland Zengerle, Nils PaustWe introduce a new concept for centrifugal microfluidics that enables fully automated serial dilution generation without any additional means besides temperature control. Key feature is time-independent, serial valving of […]