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Barry L Karger, Frantisek Foret, Paul M Zavracky, E Nicol McGruer, Qifeng Xue, Yuriy M Dunayevskiy: Microscale fluid handling system. Northeastern University, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, February 16, 1999: US05872010 (323 worldwide citation)

A microscale fluid handling system that permits the efficient transfer of nanoliter to picoliter quantities of a fluid sample from the spatially concentrated environment of a microfabricated chip to "off-chip" analytical or collection devices for further off-chip sample manipulation and analysis is ...


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Lowery Robert G, Majer John, Beebe David J: Three dimensional cell cultures in a microscale fluid handling system. Bellbrook Labs, Lowery Robert G, Majer John, Beebe David J, VINAROV Sara D, November 25, 2004: WO/2004/101743 (6 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a novel microscale fluid handling system for initiating, culturing, manipulating and assaying three-dimensional multicellular assembly. The system including a microfluidic device and three-dimensional multicellular tissue surrogate assembly. The device of the invention ...


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Karger Barry L, Foret Frantisek, Zavracky Paul M, Mcgruer E Nicol, Xue Qifeng, Dunayevskiy Yuriy M: Microscale fluid handling system. Univ Northeastern, May 13, 1998: EP0840886-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A microscale fluid handling system (10) that permits the efficient transfer of nanoliter to picoliter quantities of a fluid sample from the spatially concentrated environment of a microfabricated chip to "off-chip" analytical or collection devices (23) for further off-chip sample manipulation and an ...


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Lowery Robert G, Majer John, Beebe David J: Three dimensional cell cultures in a microscale fluid handling system. Bellbrook Labs, March 22, 2006: EP1636332-A2

The present invention provides a novel microscale fluid handling system for initiating, culturing, manipulating and assaying three-dimensional multicellular assembly. The system including a microfluidic device and three-dimensional multicellular tissue surrogate assembly. The device of the invention ...


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Karger Barry L, Foret Frantisek, Zavracky Paul M, Mcgruer E Nicol, Xue Qifeng, Dunayevskiy Yuriy M: Systeme permettant des transferts de micro-quantites de fluide, Microscale fluid handling system. Northeastern University, Northeastern University, RIDOUT & MAYBEE, February 6, 1997: CA2227331

A microscale fluid handling system (10) that permits the efficient transfer of nanoliter to picoliter quantities of a fluid sample from the spatially concentrated environment of a microfabricated chip to "off-chip" analytical or collection devices (23) for further off-chip sample manipu-lation and a ...


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Robert G Lowery, John Majer, David J Beebe: Three dimensional cell cultures in a microscale fluid handling system. Sara D Vinarov, Quarles & Brady, December 23, 2004: US20040259177-A1

The present invention provides a novel microscale fluid handling system for initiating, culturing, manipulating and assaying three-dimensional multicellular assembly. The system including a microfluidic device and three-dimensional multicellular tissue surrogate assembly. The device of the invention ...


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Hollman Patrik, Öhman Ove: Microscale fluid handling system. Åmic, Hollman Patrik, Öhman Ove, BERGENSTRÅHLE Medborgarplatsen 25 S 118 93 Stockholm, March 27, 2003: WO/2003/024597

Multilayer microscale fluid handling device that comprises at least one polymer substrate (30) with a microscale fluidic structure formed in a first surface of the substrate, and a microscale through-hole that extends from the microscale fluidic structure to an opposite surface of the substrate. The ...


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Karger Barry L, Foret Frantisek, Zavracky Paul M, Mcgruer E Nicol, Xue Qifeng, Dunayevskiy Yuriy M: Microscale fluid handling system. Northeastern University, SCHURGIN Stanley M, February 6, 1997: WO/1997/004297

A microscale fluid handling system (10) that permits the efficient transfer of nanoliter to picoliter quantities of a fluid sample from the spatially concentrated environment of a microfabricated chip to 'off-chip' analytical or collection devices (23) for further off-chip sample manipulation and an ...