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The Microfluidic Probe: Operation and Use for Localized Surface Processing

DOI :

10.3791/1418-v

June 4th, 2009

June 4th, 2009

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1Department of Biomedical Engineering, McGill University

In this video we present the microfluidic probe1 (MFP). We explain in detail how to assemble the MFP, mount it atop an inverted microscope, and align it relative to the substrate surface, and finally show how to use it to process a substrate surface immersed in a buffer solution.

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