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Microfluidic Flows Enter Medical Mainstream
Microfluidic Readouts Could Flag Problems and Open the Door for New Treatment and Potential Early Intervention
- Maze-like medical challenges are being navigated in miniature—in microfluidic devices. These chip-based networks interconnect channels and chambers as intricately as the original Labyrinth, but they are most impressive—and useful—when they are being used to capture biomarkers, screen drugs, monitor patients, or recapitulate physiological mechanisms. If such tasks are ...
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