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Agarose Microcapsules Synthesis
This application note describes the method for the production of double agarose emulsions using the RayDrop double emulsion chip and Fluigent pressure-based flow controllers. Agarose microcapsules are generated with precise control of particle, core and shell size.
Emulating the chondrocyte microenvironment using multi-directional mechanical stimulation in a cartilage-on-chip
A cartilage-on-chip platform coupled to Fluigent pressure controllers to generate compressive or multi-directional mechanical stimulations to study how mechanical stimulation of the chondrocytes can help to reproduce the native articular cartilage microenvironment.
Double emulsion for the generation of microcapsules - a Review
Complete and in-depth overview on production Complete and in-deph overview on microcapsule production.
Double Emulsion Generation
In this application note we have demonstrated how we can perform different type of double emulsion generation with a single device.
Giant Unilamellar Vesicles (GUVs) Production using Microfluidics
In this review, we propose an overview of the different techniques used to produce microsized aqueous compartments confined by a single lipid bilayer that separates them from the surrounding aqueous environment.
Cartilage-on-a-chip, an example of complex mechanical stimulation using Fluigent’s technology
A new method for 3D chondrocyte culture using a microfluidic platform that allows researchers to create a relevant cartilage model, subject to complex mechanical stimulation.
PLGA microcapsules synthesis
In this Application Note, PLGA shell/aqueous core microcapsules are obtained using the Secoya Raydrop Double emulsion. The influence of the fluidic parameters on the microcapsule size and release from the oil across the shell are explored in this application note.
Microfluidic Chitosan Microcapsules Production
In this Application Note, chitosan-shell/oily-core microcapsules are generated using the Raydrop double emulsion chip, and Fluigent pressure-based flow controllers. The influence of the fluidic parameters on the size and the release from the oil across the shell are studied and presented.