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This image shows multiple microfluidic sites in a single system that can be used to conduct many experiments simultaneously.
Photo courtesy of Roger Kamm
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This picture shows a microfluidic device for continuous sorting of white blood cells for detection of inflammatory conditions.
Photo: Rohit Karnik and Suman Bose
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A microscopic image of endothelial cells suspended in a central region of a microfluidic device, showing the initial stages in the formation of a network of vessels.
Image courtesy of Roger Kamm
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