3D Printed Microfluidic Kit for Low-Cost Cell Analysis

Researchers from New York Genome Center and New York University have recently developed an open source 3d Printed microfluidic controller. The device fits on a bedside and can be obtained and assembled for around $ 600, so it’s really cheaper than other comparable instruments. “Most commercial microfluidic instruments are very costly; as a result, not every lab has access […]…
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