Testing organic toxicants on biomicrofluidic devices: why polymeric substrata can lead you into trouble

@inproceedings{Huang2015TestingOT,
  title={Testing organic toxicants on biomicrofluidic devices: why polymeric substrata can lead you into trouble},
  author={Yushi Huang and Rhys Cartlidge and Feng Zhu and Dayanthi Nugegoda and Donald Wlodkowic},
  booktitle={SPIE Micro + Nano Materials, Devices, and Applications},
  year={2015}
}
Advances in microfabrication technologies and manufacturing over last decade, allowed for inexpensive prototyping of microfluidic chip-based devices for biomedical studies in biocompatible and optically transparent elastomeric polymers such as poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) and thermoplastics such as poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA). More resently, advanced additive manufacturing technologies such as stereolithography (SLA), capable of reproducing feature sizes less than 50 μm, pave a way… CONTINUE READING

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