The recent LOC article from Douglas Weibel and team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has been highlighted on MedGadget. The article describes a new portable self-loading technology for determining minimum inhibitory concentration values, vital in clinical bacteriology for determining whether an organism is reported susceptible or resistant.
Congratulations to Douglas Weibel and team!
You can read the MedGadget article online here or go straight to the Lab on a Chip paper:
A self-loading microfluidic device for determining the minimum inhibitory concentration of antibiotics
Nate J. Cira, Jack Y. Ho, Megan E. Dueck and Douglas B. Weibel
Lab Chip, 2012, Advance Article