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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Forget about how microfluidic experiments used to work! Fluigent has set new standards combining ease of use and the best performance available Composed of a stand-alone...Discover more
Ideal for biologists and chemists who wants to start with microfluidic droplets experiments. Includes the EZ Drop chips, full adapted liquid handling solution and accessories.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Many microfluidic applications require switching between multiple solutions (such as samples or buffers) while maintaining a constant flow-rate during the course of their...Read more
Cells are constantly exposed to biochemical stimulation from the early embryonic stage to adult life. The spatiotemporal regulation of these signals is essential as it determines cell fate, phenotype, metabolic activity...
In vivo, most cells are constantly exposed, actively or passively, to mechanical forces. Reproducing these physiological constraints in vitro is essential to induce the right phenotype to cells,...
The Fluigent/Micronit organ-on-a-chip platform focuses on modeling the main biochemical and biophysical features of the native environment of cells in order to induce their growth and differentiation as functional...
Our laboratory trust Fluigent products, engineers, software developers as well as the entire team that makes every day a great job.
The compact and clever design of the Microfluidic Flow Control System (MFCS™-EZ) in combination with an individual support has greatly brought forward our work with picoliter droplets.
“We have found the Fluigent equipment to be very helpful to our microfluidic research on various fluid mechanics and transport problems. For example, in order to investigate diffusion of nano particles inside a microfluidic channel, we originally tried to generate a concentration gradient along a closed channel by constantly flowing solutes across one open end. […]
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