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12:00 AM | May 03, 2012
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Microfluidic devices are able to process small volumes of liquid and are comprised of microscale components, but the devices themselves are not often small themselves. These labs-on-chips are often limited to lives in labs instead of the remote areas that could really benefit from their use. The limitation comes in the form of support equipment used to process or analyze assays that are expensive, bulky, energy consuming and/or require trained professional operators. Syringe pumps are often [...]

Li, W., Chen, T., Chen, Z., Fei, P., Yu, Z., Pang, Y. & Huang, Y. (2012). Squeeze-chip: a finger-controlled microfluidic flow network device and its application to biochemical assays, Lab on a Chip, 12 (9) 1587. DOI:

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