Microfluidic or lab-on-a-chip technology performs laboratory functions on small devices which offer advantages including small reagent volumes, fast turnaround time, small size, low cost, and low power consumption while maintaining high performance equivalent to traditional laboratory-based experiments. This technology can be used for various applications in biological, medical, and other fields.
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1. Microfluidic diagnostic devices for infectious diseases using a smartphone.

 labonchip 2   2.Field trial and implementation of new healthcare technologies to improve healthcare coverage in resource-limited settings.

 

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