Microfluidic Chip Development

Microfluidic chips have proven useful for developing in vivo sensors and systems for on-site analysis, as well as for reducing the quantity of samples and reagents needed and enabling medical diagnosis from a drop of biofluid. In addition, analysis times are typically quicker, several assays can be combined into a single system without increasing the device’s size or complexity, and multiple analytical procedures can be combined and automated within the system. 
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