HOT: introducing the iMAP – an integrated microfluidic array plate

The latest innovation in microfluidic cell assay platforms is here! Capable of triple analysis with low cell numbers, the iMAP is the answer to your cellular and molecular analysis quandaries.

Key features of iMAP v1.0:

  • interfaced on-board gravity driven flow
  • open access input fluid exchange
  • a highly efficient sedimentation based cell capture mechanism

The integrated microfluidic array plate has been developed by Luke Lee, University of California, Berkeley, and colleagues at Dublin City University, Sogang University and Universidad de Valparaíso, Chile.  Download the article for the full details, it’s free to access for four weeks.

Integrated microfluidic array plate (iMAP) for cellular and molecular analysis
Ivan K. Dimov, Gregor Kijanka, Younggeun Park, Jens Ducrée, Taewook Kang and Luke P. Lee
Lab Chip, 2011, Advance Article
DOI: 10.1039/C1LC20105K

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