Continuous Flow Microfluidic Bioparticle Concentrator

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Title: Continuous Flow Microfluidic Bioparticle Concentrator
Author: Martel, Joseph M.; Smith, Kyle C.; Dlamini, Mcolisi; Pletcher, Kendall; Yang, Jennifer; Karabacak, Murat; Haber, Daniel A.; Kapur, Ravi; Toner, Mehmet

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Citation: Martel, Joseph M., Kyle C. Smith, Mcolisi Dlamini, Kendall Pletcher, Jennifer Yang, Murat Karabacak, Daniel A. Haber, Ravi Kapur, and Mehmet Toner. 2015. “Continuous Flow Microfluidic Bioparticle Concentrator.” Scientific Reports 5 (1): 11300. doi:10.1038/srep11300. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep11300.
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Abstract: Innovative microfluidic technology has enabled massively parallelized and extremely efficient biological and clinical assays. Many biological applications developed and executed with traditional bulk processing techniques have been translated and streamlined through microfluidic processing with the notable exception of sample volume reduction or centrifugation, one of the most widely utilized processes in the biological sciences. We utilize the high-speed phenomenon known as inertial focusing combined with hydraulic resistance controlled multiplexed micro-siphoning allowing for the continuous concentration of suspended cells into pre-determined volumes up to more than 400 times smaller than the input with a yield routinely above 95% at a throughput of 240 ml/hour. Highlighted applications are presented for how the technology can be successfully used for live animal imaging studies, in a system to increase the efficient use of small clinical samples, and finally, as a means of macro-to-micro interfacing allowing large samples to be directly coupled to a variety of powerful microfluidic technologies.
Published Version: doi:10.1038/srep11300
Other Sources: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4462155/pdf/
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