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Lateral migration and focusing of microspheres in a microchannel flow of viscoelastic fluids
The lateral migration of microspheres across streamlines induced by elasticity and inertia in a square microchannel flow of viscoelastic fluids is investigated using a holographic microscopyExpand
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Microfluidics for simultaneous quantification of platelet adhesion and blood viscosity
Platelet functions, including adhesion, activation, and aggregation have an influence on thrombosis and the progression of atherosclerosis. In the present study, a new microfluidic-based method isExpand
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A highly accurate and consistent microfluidic viscometer for continuous blood viscosity measurement.
A high-precision microfluidic viscometer with a microfluidic channel array composed of 100 indicating channels is demonstrated in this study. The relative viscosity of the sample fluid could beExpand
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Integrated microfluidic viscometer equipped with fluid temperature controller for measurement of viscosity in complex fluids
In the study described herein, a microfluidic viscometer equipped with fluid temperature controller is proposed for measuring the viscosity of complex liquids containing cells or particles. TheExpand
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Changes in velocity profile according to blood viscosity in a microchannel.
Red blood cells (RBCs) are important to dictate hemorheological properties of blood. The shear-thinning effect of blood is mainly attributed to the characteristics of the RBCs. Variations inExpand
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Experimental investigation of pulsatility effect on the deformability and hemolysis of blood cells.
In this study, we investigated the differences between pulsatile cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) procedure and nonpulsatile CPB procedure in terms of their effects on hemolysis and deformability of redExpand
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Deformability measurement of red blood cells using a microfluidic channel array and an air cavity in a driving syringe with high throughput and precise detection of subpopulations.
Red blood cell (RBC) deformability has been considered a potential biomarker for monitoring pathological disorders. High throughput and detection of subpopulations in RBCs are essential in theExpand
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Fluidic low pass filter for hydrodynamic flow stabilization in microfluidic environments.
Fluctuations in flow rate invariably occur in microfluidic devices. This fluidic instability results in a deteriorating performance and the suspension of their unique functions occasionally. In thisExpand
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Microfluidic-based measurement of erythrocyte sedimentation rate for biophysical assessment of blood in an in vivo malaria-infected mouse.
This study suggests a new erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) measurement method for the biophysical assessment of blood by using a microfluidic device. For an effective ESR measurement, aExpand
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Continuous and simultaneous measurement of the biophysical properties of blood in a microfluidic environment.
  • Yang Jun Kang
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • The Analyst
  • 28 November 2016
The biophysical properties of blood have been considered as promising indices for effectively screening the cardiovascular diseases. In this study, a method for the continuous and simultaneousExpand
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