We would like to thank you for devoting some of your time in visiting our booth at Compamed, held in Düsseldorf, DE, from the 13th to the 16th of November of 2017. We hope that you had a good time and enjoyed your visit to the city.
It was our pleasure and honor, and we enjoyed many inspiring conversations. Moreover, we were impressed by the number of visitors and the great interest in our products.
In case we weren’t able to answer some of your questions about our products and services while you were there, we encourage you to contact us at the following email adress: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to being able to be of service to you.
microLIQUID will be at Compamed 2017 this November 13-16 in Düseldorf, Germany.
We will be pleased to invite you to join Hall 8a/F34.1, where we will be demonstrating our latest offerings and technologies (services in mass manufacturing of microfluidic components and automated instruments for the IVD and pharma sector, for example.) and we will have our top product experts on hand to answer your questions.
Looking forward to seeing you.
microLIQUID will be at the 2017 AACC Clinical Lab Expo this August 1-3 in San Diego, CA.
AACC is a global scientific and medical professional organization dedicated to clinical laboratory science and its application to healthcare. Their leadership in education, advocacy and collaboration helps lab professionals adapt to change and do what they do best: provide vital insight and guidance so patients get the care they need.
On behalf of our company, if you are attending to AACC, we want to take advantage to have a meeting with you in order to talk about our common interests.
We will be pleased to invite you to join our booth #630, where we will be showcasing our latest offerings and technologies, and we will have our top product experts on hand to answer your questions.
Looking forward to seeing you.
Microfluidics: Chemotaxis and ADVANTAGES
it is known microfluidics nowadays is revolutionizing the way the motile behaviour of cells are studied.
It has enabled observations at high spatial and temporal resolution is carefully controlled microenvironments.
Taking into account both of the parts, chemotaxis and microfluidics, there are some advantages when using them two together:
– Presents experimental challenges that are not observed on chemotaxis studies of surface-adherent cells.
– Generate steady, arbitrarily shaped chemical gradients.
– Unique control over the chemoattractant gradient and the migration environment of cells.
– Provide spatial and temporal control over a reproducible chemical environment.
– Enables building well defined and stable chemical gradients at cellular length scales.
– Provide a platform for quantifying cellular responses at cellular and molecular levels.
Microfluidics Application: Chemotaxis
When an organism moves in response to a chemical stimulus it is said that Chemotaxis has happened.
Due to some chemicals that are in the environment the organisms, such as Somatic cells, bacteria, single-cell or multicellular organisms, direct their movements.
When the chemotaxis movements occur toward a higher concentration of the chemical, it is said that is a positive movement.
On the contrary, when the movement is done in the opposite direction, toward the lowest concentration, it is said that is a negative movement.
In addition, if it is nondirectional or randomly directed, the chemotaxis will be called Chemokinesis.
Chemotaxis is done with two independent chemoattractants.
Even if they are independent, we can say that they are interrelated processes-motility and directionality and both of them are regulated by extracellular stimuli.
Electrophoresis using Microfluidics – Main Advantages
Advantages of using electrophoresis with Microfluidics:
1. Improved Diagnosis, simplified diagnostic procedures, faster treatment and results.
2. Simplicity; Fast and easy technique.
3. Low cost material.
Electrophoresis and Microfluidics
Electrophoresis is an analytical method which is applied for the separation and characterization of proteins, nucleic acids and subcellular-sized particles such as viruses and small organelles.
Its principle is that the charged particles of a sample migrate in an applied electrical field.
Electrophoresis of positively charged particles (cations) is called cataphoresis, and on the other hand, electrophoresis of negatively charged particles (anions) is called anaphoresis.
Electrophoresis is a technique used in laboratories to separate macromolecules based on size.
Microfluidic Application: Organ-on-a-Chip
Advantages of Organ-on-a-chip with microfluidics:
1. 3-D tissue structures look like actual organ physiology.
2. They provide better simulation, which means it is more accurate.
3. For scientist, they can watch the chips in real time and in high resolution.
4. Early effectiveness and safety identification.