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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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Chip test

David & others schizoid scientists tests microfluidic device at LaFSI laboratory at University of Padova Duration : 0:0:32

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yjj lab

experiment data-(50.100.100)17vpp.100Hz.200x.avi Duration : 0:0:4

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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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Intravital microscopy of HT1080-GFP tagged fibrosacroma tumour cells rolling

Intravital microscopy of HT1080-GFP tagged fibrosacroma tumour cells rolling. Video courtesy of Prof. Robert Hoffman (Anti-Cancer Inc.) and Prof. William Gallagher (University College Dublin) 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

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cell trapping microfluidic device 2

cell loading experiment Experimental loading of PDMS microfluidic array devices with 3T3 cells. Validation of the predictive value of modeling, using 3T3 cells flowed through microfluidic devices containing U-type sieves under the simulation flow parameters, showed excellent agreement between experiment and simulation with respect to cell number per trap and the uniformity of cell distribution […]

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Cells dance the waltz on top of an integrated circuit

In this movie a yeast cell (on the left) and the lung cell from a rat (on the right) are moved using a hybrid integrated circuit / microfluidic system developed in our lab. To learn more, check out our lab on a chip paper: http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/Journals/LC/article.asp?DOI=b710928h Duration : 0:0:35

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Automated Drosophila microinjection

MEMS-based Drosophila embryo injection system by Professor Stefan Zappe (Carnegie Mellon University) http://zappe.bme.cmu.edu/ Duration : 0:0:56

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Andrea’s Thesis discussion

My thesis discussion after 8 months of laboratory experience. Title:”Study and characterization of thermophoretic behavior in microfluidics channels” Duration : 0:0:32