Microfluidics is the science to understand the behavior of fluids through micro-channels, and the technology of manufacturing microminiaturized devices containing compartments and tunnels through which fluids flow are narrowed. Microfluidics works with very lesser volumes of fluids, down to femtoliters (fL). Fluids behave very contrarily on the micrometric scale than they do in normal life: these distinctive features are significant and aimed for novel scientific experiments and inventions.
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Multi-channel pressure & vacuum controller for microfluidics. The OB1 MK3+ by Elveflow is the only microfluidic flow control system in the world to use piezoelectric regulators, enabling a flow control that is 20 times more precise and 10 times faster than the other flow controllers on the market. It is 10 times more stable and up to 10 times faster than other microfluidic flow controllers.ADD TO SHORTLIST
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What is microfluidics technology and its applications?
Microfluidics technology, as offered by DSS Imagetech, involves the precise manipulation of tiny volumes of fluids. It finds applications in fields like biology, chemistry, and medicine for tasks such as drug delivery, cell analysis, and environmental monitoring.
How does microfluidics contribute to lab-on-a-chip systems?
DSS Imagetech's microfluidic solutions enable the integration of multiple laboratory functions onto a single chip. This miniaturization enhances efficiency and reduces sample and reagent consumption, making lab-on-a-chip systems more practical and cost-effective.
Can microfluidics be used for point-of-care diagnostics?
Absolutely, DSS Imagetech's microfluidics technology is crucial for point-of-care diagnostics. It allows for rapid, on-site testing of various health parameters, enabling timely clinical decisions and improving healthcare access.
What are some advantages of microfluidics in biomedical research?
Microfluidics offers advantages like precise control over fluid handling, reduced sample volumes, automation capabilities, and the ability to create complex microenvironments, making it invaluable in areas such as cell culture and drug screening.
What types of samples can be handled with microfluidic devices?
DSS Imagetech's microfluidic devices are versatile and can handle a wide range of samples, including cells, biomolecules, nanoparticles, and environmental samples, catering to diverse research needs.
Is there a difference between microfluidics and traditional fluidic systems?
Yes, microfluidics focuses on manipulating fluids at a microscale, offering benefits like enhanced control, reduced sample sizes, and compatibility with small-scale applications. Traditional fluidic systems operate at a larger scale and are less suitable for miniaturized tasks.
What are some key challenges in microfluidic device fabrication?
Fabricating microfluidic devices can be challenging due to the need for precision in channel design and fabrication techniques. DSS Imagetech addresses these challenges through advanced manufacturing processes.
How is the accuracy and precision of microfluidic systems ensured?
DSS Imagetech's microfluidic systems are engineered for accuracy and precision through rigorous quality control measures, including calibration and validation processes to ensure reliable results.
Are there any specific safety considerations for working with microfluidics?
Safety considerations in microfluidics include handling potentially hazardous materials and ensuring proper waste disposal. DSS Imagetech provides guidance and solutions to promote safe usage.
Can you provide examples of real-world applications of microfluidics in research?
DSS Imagetech's microfluidic technology has been applied in numerous real-world scenarios, including DNA sequencing, point-of-care diagnostics, drug development, environmental monitoring, and microscale chemical synthesis, revolutionizing research across various disciplines.