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Themed collection Lab on a Chip HOT Articles 2021

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Accepted Manuscript - Perspective

Recent progress on wearable point-of-care devices for ocular systems

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Critical Review

Bubbles in microfluidics: an all-purpose tool for micromanipulation

We critically review the extensive applications and the frontline advances of bubbles in microfluidics for manipulation.

Graphical abstract: Bubbles in microfluidics: an all-purpose tool for micromanipulation
From the themed collection: Lab on a Chip HOT Articles 2021
Accepted Manuscript - Paper

Fundamentals of integrated ferrohydrodynamic cell separation in circulating tumor cells isolation

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Paper

Microfluidic ultrafine particle dosimeter using an electrical detection method with a machine-learning-aided algorithm for real-time monitoring of particle density and size distribution

A compact, cost-efficient airborne ultrafine particle (UFP) dosimeter that can monitor essential parameters required for accurate UFP dosimetry.

Graphical abstract: Microfluidic ultrafine particle dosimeter using an electrical detection method with a machine-learning-aided algorithm for real-time monitoring of particle density and size distribution
From the themed collection: Lab on a Chip HOT Articles 2021
Paper

Ultraviolet-induced in situ gold nanoparticles for point-of-care testing of infectious diseases in loop-mediated isothermal amplification

The present study investigated ultraviolet-induced in situ gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) coupled with LAMP for the point-of-care testing (POCT) of two major infectious pathogens, namely, Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Enterococcus faecium (E. faecium spp.).

Graphical abstract: Ultraviolet-induced in situ gold nanoparticles for point-of-care testing of infectious diseases in loop-mediated isothermal amplification
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Paper

Programmable multilayer printing of a mechanically-tunable 3D hydrogel co-culture system for high-throughput investigation of complex cellular behavior

Programmable multilayer printing is utilized to develop a 3D hydrogel co-culture system, consisting of a microgel array and hydrogel overlay with independently controlled mechanical properties and concurrent generation of mechanical gradients.

Graphical abstract: Programmable multilayer printing of a mechanically-tunable 3D hydrogel co-culture system for high-throughput investigation of complex cellular behavior
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Open Access Paper

Cryopreservable arrays of paper-based 3D tumor models for high throughput drug screening

Schematic representation of the methodology developed for creating cryopreservable high throughput paper-based arrays of 3D tumor models for drug screening applications.

Graphical abstract: Cryopreservable arrays of paper-based 3D tumor models for high throughput drug screening
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Paper

Self-aligned sequential lateral field non-uniformities over channel depth for high throughput dielectrophoretic cell deflection

Self-aligned sequential lateral field non-uniformities extending uniformly over the sample channel depth are fabricated using a single lithography step for enabling phenotype-specific dielectrophoretic separation of cells.

Graphical abstract: Self-aligned sequential lateral field non-uniformities over channel depth for high throughput dielectrophoretic cell deflection
From the themed collection: Lab on a Chip HOT Articles 2021
Paper

Origami paper-based sample preconcentration using sequentially driven ion concentration polarization

To overcome the hurdles of the ICP-based preconcentrator (i.e., instability and low efficiency) under physiological conditions, we proposed a novel approach by using a sequentially driven ICP process, showing a 13-fold preconcentration factor (PF) in human serum.

Graphical abstract: Origami paper-based sample preconcentration using sequentially driven ion concentration polarization
From the themed collection: Lab on a Chip HOT Articles 2021
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This themed collection features articles published in Lab on a Chip marked as HOT by the handling editor or as recommended by referees. Congratulations to all the authors whose articles are featured.

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