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December 1, 2010

Researchers Develop Plug-In Interface for Microfluidic Chips

A new plug-in interface for microfluidic chips that can be used in the development of compact medical devices has been unveiled by biomedical engineers from the University of California in the US. The interface can be integrated with a standard peripheral component interconnect device

By cms admin

A new plug-in interface for microfluidic chips that can be used in the development of compact medical devices has been unveiled by biomedical engineers from the University of California in the US.

The interface can be integrated with a standard peripheral component interconnect device and an embedded micropump.

Microfluidic devices are used as compact devices for medical diagnosis. According to researchers, microfluidic chips to carry out different tests could be plugged into mobile phones, laptops or PDAs, which could read the results and display them on screen.

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