Microfluidics case studies
Automated immunolabeling to perform highly multiplexed tissue imaging with ARIA
Understanding cell-cell interactions and spatial relationships in healthy or diseased organs represents a technical challenge. Single-cell genomics is powerful but lacks spatial context. In this study, automated immunolabeling has been applied to obtain a versatile multiplex optical imaging approach for deep phenotyping and spatial analysis of cells in complex tissues.
CEA/CNRS: A flow cell for nanoscopic imaging in liquid
Development of a flow cell for nanoscopic imaging to analyze inorganic particles in water using nanoscope imaging technology.
CNRS/UTC: study of a liver-on-a-chip model
Microfluidic systems are being developed as it is perfectly suited to making miniaturized, robust and controllable systems involving fluid handling and biological functions, such as human liver-on-a-chip models for instance. Use of Fluigent products for characterizing the microfluidic culture of liver tissue.