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Fabrication Of Miniature Drug Screening Platform Using Low Cost Bioprinting Technology

  title={Fabrication Of Miniature Drug Screening Platform Using Low Cost Bioprinting Technology},
  author={Rodriguez Devora and Jorge Iv{\'a}n},
by JORGE IVÁN RODRÍGUEZ DÉVORA In the pharmaceutical industry, new chemicals and substances are being tested to find appropriate compounds or mix for treating a specific disease. The demand for screening large compound collections against and increasing number of therapeutic targets has stimulated technology development in the areas of assay automation and miniaturization. Current methods for evaluating the reactions of cells use a volume in the range of microliters. We have developed a new and… 
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