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Wednesday, 03 July 2014

Microfluidic droplet analyzer demonstrated at Nanofair 2014



At the 2014 Nanofair conference in Dresden we showed in cooperation with ECEMP a demonstrator of our microfluidic droplet analyzer.

We presented an automated machine operating a large amount of nanoliter aqueous reservoirs, which is capable of performing in-vitro cells testing and potentially pharmacological assays providing rich statistical data output. The existing technology enables the encapsulation of living microorganisms into tiny emulsion droplets and allows to label each reservoir and finally, the long time monitoring of the cells population behavior using the incorporated UV-Vis and fluorescent detector.

A clear perspective of the technique are in vitro studies of living cells, diagnostics of bacterial infections, as well as high throughput drug screening and food quality analysis.

The poster demonstrating our work.

SOME PHOTOS.



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