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Designing Microfluidic Devices for Studying Cellular Responses Under Single or Coexisting Chemical/Electrical/Shear Stress Stimuli

DOI :

10.3791/54397-v

August 13th, 2016

August 13th, 2016

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1Department of Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University, 2Department of Physics, Fu-Jen Catholic University, 3Research Center for Applied Sciences, Academia Sinica

Micro-fabricated devices integrated with fluidic components provide an in vitro platform for cell studies mimicking the in vivo micro-environment. We developed polymethylmethacrylate-based microfluidic chips for studying cellular responses under single or coexisting chemical/electrical/shear stress stimuli.

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