Browsing: lab-on-a-chip

Editorials 5-recently-developed-microfluidic devices

Through the integration of the latest nanotechnology and bioengineering, scientists have begun to develop a wide range of microfluidic chips. Check out this list to explore some of the most exciting recently developed devices.

Biomarkers biosensor-hand-image-lab

Researchers have designed a non-invasive and inexpensive chip-based optical biosensor with increased sensitivity to detect the presence and progression of cancerous tumors. The cancer protein biomarker S100A4 was detected at concentrations of 300 picomolar in a synthetic urine sample.

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