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BioFlux System for Live Cell Assays Under Controlled Shear Flow (Fluxion Biosciences)

BioFlux provides a fully integrated solution for running biologically relevant cellular assays under shear flow. The system utilizes Fluxion’s Well Plate Microfluidics™ (WPM) to provide high content results from a convenient well-plate format. Precise control over shear flow enables a wide variety of cellular and microbiology applications which call for vascular emulation, mechanical stress, compound/buffer […]

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Transmigration Using BioFlux System

Transmigration was essed simultaneously in 24 BioFlux microfluidic channels on HUVEC monolayers which were stimulated with TNF-alpha. CPBMC were added to monolayers under flow. More information can be found at www.fluxionbio.com. Duration : 0:0:3

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Cell Rolling Adhesion (Fluxion Biosciences)

Jurkat cells (leukocytes) rolling on a VCAM-1 coating in a BioFlux microfluidic channel (Fluxion Biosciences). For more information, please go to www.fluxionbio.com. Duration : 0:0:4

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Pseudomonas biofilm growth in a BioFlux channel (Fluxion Biosciences)

Pseudomonas biofilm growing under controlled shear flow in a BioFlux microfluidic flow channel (Fluxion Biosciences). For more information, please see www.fluxionbio.com. Duration : 0:0:6

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Platelet Rolling Adhesion (Fluxion Biosciences)

Platelets rolling and adhering to a collagen coating in a BioFlux microfluidic channel (Fluxion Biosciences). For more information, please see www.fluxionbio.com. Duration : 0:0:4

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Wound Healing ay (Fluxion Biosciences)

A wound healing ay being performed in a BioFlux microfluidic channel (Fluxion Biosciences). Wounding is created using a laminar flow stream of trypsin to cleave off cells along part of the channel. Wound response is monitored using time lapse microscopy. For more information, please see www.fluxionbio.com. Duration : 0:0:7

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Wound healing assay (Fluxion Biosciences)

A wound healing assay being performed in a BioFlux microfluidic channel (Fluxion Biosciences). Wounding is created using a laminar flow stream of trypsin to cleave off cells along part of the channel. Wound response is monitored using time lapse microscopy. For more information, please see www.fluxionbio.com. Duration : 0:0:25