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Wide range of sizes
Simple to complex droplets & particles
Microfluidic generation of droplets permits one to produce highly monodispersed droplets of very small volumes (μL to fL) of fluids with high frequency (up to hundreds of kHz), providing better control of processes like mixing, encapsulation, sorting, and sensing. Microfluidic-based droplets have many diverse and varied applications, such as particle synthesis and chemical analysis, but also enable single-cell analysis or drug testing.
Manipulation of the physical (micro)environment of cells
Cell maintenance under controlled, sterile conditions
Molecular and functional monitoring
Microfluidics provides unique capabilities to control the cellular microenvironment with high spatiotemporal precision, and present cells with mechanical and biochemical signals in a more physiologically relevant context. Organ chips present an ideal microenvironment to study molecular- and cellular-scale activities that underlie human organ function , as well as identify new therapeutic targets in vitro.
The power of Drop-seq resides in the fact that it allows a gene expression map of the cell, or even to distinguish cell populations within a tissue. This method relies on droplet microfluidics and library preparation for Next Gen Sequencing (NGS): droplets allow for rapid and efficient compartmentalization using low reagent volumes and NGS allows for fast and high throughput analysis of single-cell gene expression.
CELL AND PARTICLE SORTING
High throughput (up to 3 mL/min)
Up to 8 cells/particles types sorted per experiment
Isolating and sorting cells from complex, heterogeneous mixtures represents a critical task in many areas of biology, biotechnology, and medicine. Cell sorting is often used to enrich or purify cell samples into well-defined populations to enhance efficiency in research and development applications. As opposed to conventional instrumentation, microfluidic chips are affordable, easy to use, and smaller.
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Beonchip S. L. was founded in 2016 at the University of Zaragoza by Ignacio Ochoa (specialist and PhD in biology), Luis Fernández (PhD in microtechnology) and Rosa Monge (PhD in mechanical Engineering).
Therefore, Beonchip have multidisciplinarity in its roots, and their team is proof of that. The collaboration of engineers and biologists has been key to design the most user friendly and accessible organ on chip devices that are true to the physiological environment of the body.
FlowJEM technology was developed for research and development projects by microfluidic researchers and engineers like you.
Microfluidic devices fabricated by FlowJEM have a broad range of applications, including but not limited to chemistry, materials science and technology, nanoscience, pharmaceutical science, biology, bioengineering and medicine.
FlowJEM’s goal is to meet the demands for high quality, fast turnaround time and low cost. Work with us to develop your ideas into prototypes or transition your prototypes to volume production.
Secoya Technologies develops innovative production technologies and equipment by a smart use of intensified operational units. It results in stable and reliable processes – at any scale – producing high quality (bio-)pharmaceutical products
Using cutting-edge technologies as sub-micrometric 3D printing and micro-electro-erosion, SECOYA has developed a unique device that is able to continuously produce micro-sized droplets at a very high frequency (kHz) and with a very narrow size distribution (high monodispersity). Its use for encapsulation of active ingredients and multiple emulsions has been demonstrated.
microfluidic ChipShop offers a wide off-the-shelf selection of microfluidic chips from thermoplastic polymers and the complementary accessories. They furthermore support customized prototyping as well as volume production services – from one to millions of chips, from simple microfluidic devices to complex lab-on-a-chip-systems.