Silk Fibroin Microfluidic Devices.

  title={Silk Fibroin Microfluidic Devices.},
  author={Christopher John Bettinger and Kathleen M Cyr and Akira Matsumoto and Robert Langer and Jeffrey T. Borenstein and David L Kaplan},
  journal={Advanced materials},
  volume={19 5},
Precisely controlling spatio-temporal environmental parameters has become increasingly important in the field of biotechnology. For this reason, biomedical research has increasingly moved toward the design and implementation of microfabricated systems to efficiently improve technologies such as drug delivery, diagnostics, and tissue engineering. Technologies featuring micron length-scales tailored specifically for biomedical applications, termed Bio-microelectrical mechanical systems (BioMEMS… CONTINUE READING
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