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November 2015

Catching Circulating Tumor Cells

November 25, 2015

Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) give a valuable insight into tumor progression and metastasis. Therefore, it is important to detect, capture, and analyze CTCs in the blood of patients with malignant [more...]


November 22, 2015

About the company: System-Oriented High-End Solutions for Research and Production. Based on its range of ultra-precise and pulsation-free neMESYS syringe pumps and expanded by a full line of modular [more...]

Visualizing Single Cell Growth Dynamics

November 15, 2015

Using a robust microfluidic system for visualizing cellular dynamics The Science Asymmetrical growth is a property of many types of cells in organisms as diverse as algae, fungi, plants and animals. [more...]

Using Microfluidic Devices to Sort Stem Cells

November 11, 2015

An overview of the process. After the cell sample is pumped through the device, the sorted single cells are collected at the outlet and cultured in a low serum media to promote differentiation. While [more...]

An Easy Test for Sickle Cell Disease

November 8, 2015

A new device developed by University of Connecticut biomedical engineers provides a simple, inexpensive, and quick test for the diagnosis and monitoring of sickle cell disease using a common [more...]

Microscopic Pumps Made From Trapped Bacteria

November 4, 2015

Five confined bacteria create a measurable fluid flow, as shown by the colour-coded trajectories on the right Scientists in China have trapped bacteria in 3D-printed structures and used them to pump [more...]
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