New Solution for Stem Cell Manufacturing: 3D Printing and Microfluidics!

 | Post date: 2022/06/28 | 
A 3D printed modular microfluidic system consisting of two micromixers, one spiral microfluidic separator, and one microfluidic concentrator has been presented which can detach and separate mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) from microcarriers (MCs) in a short time while maintaining the cell’s viability and functionality.
Microfluidic devices have shown promising applications in the bioprocessing industry. However, the lack of modularity and high cost of testing and error limit their implementation in the industry. Advances in 3D printing technologies have facilitated the conversion of microfluidic devices from research output to applicable industrial systems. The system can be multiplexed and scaled up to process large volumes of the industry. 
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