Liquid metal enabled microfluidics
This review discusses the opportunities provided by gallium liquid metal alloys for making various microfluidic components.
Mobile microrobots for bioengineering applications
Untethered micron-scale mobile robots can navigate and non-invasively perform specific tasks inside unprecedented and hard-to-reach inner human body sites and inside enclosed organ-on-a-chip microfluidic devices with live cells.
Towards next-generation label-free biosensors: recent advances in whispering gallery mode sensors
We review recent advances achieved in the field of optical whispering gallery mode biosensors. We discuss major challenges that these label-free sensors are faced with on their way towards future real-world applications and introduce different approaches suggested to overcome these issues. We furthermore highlight their potential future applications.
Microchip-based single-cell functional proteomics for biomedical applications
Cellular heterogeneity has been widely recognized but only recently have single cell tools become available that allow characterizing heterogeneity at the genomic and proteomic levels.
Toward practical application of paper-based microfluidics for medical diagnostics: state-of-the-art and challenges
The readiness of microfluidic paper-based analytical devices (μPADs) for real world diagnostic applications is described from various aspects.
Active droplet sorting in microfluidics: a review
This review presents the fundamentals of different active methods for sorting droplets in microfluidics.
Passive and active droplet generation with microfluidics: a review
We present a comprehensive review on the fundamentals of passive and active microfluidic droplet generation.
Advancements in microfluidics for nanoparticle separation
Nanoparticles have been widely implemented for healthcare and nanoscience industrial applications.
A vascularized and perfused organ-on-a-chip platform for large-scale drug screening applications
A vascularized, perfused organ-on-a-chip platform suitable for large-scale drug efficacy/toxicity screening.
A 3D neurovascular microfluidic model consisting of neurons, astrocytes and cerebral endothelial cells as a blood–brain barrier
A 3D microfluidic neurovascular model (A), using a differential seeding procedure (B) for co-culturing neurons, astrocytes and endothelial cells (C).
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