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Microfluidics for cell monitoring EPSRC funded project on microfluidic devices as microbioreactors with associated sensor based monitoring

Principal investigator: Pankaj VADGAMA

Controlled flow at low dimensions enables exceptional manipulation of solute ad cellular transport processes. Through this means it has been possible to interface liquid-liquid flows with high stability. The current sudies utilise polymerisation substrates to create intra channel barrier micro-membranes. These are variously used as cell support structures, solute transport barriers for solute separation, protective phases for sensng surfaces and as enzyme reactor matrices.