Posts by Jurgen Frasheri

Jurgen Frasheri

Five Critical Considerations in Designing Microfluidic Cartridges

Developing microfluidic devices can be a daunting task not unlike the development of other medical or in-vitro diagnostic devices. Development typically arises from the need to miniaturize and automate existing assays for microbiological applications such as ELISA, PCR, flow cytometry, etc. This blog covers key considerations which we have found increase the chances of success […]

Jurgen Frasheri

Micropipette Aspiration – An Inexpensive Method to Measure Mechanical Properties of Cells

The ability to measure the changes in cells’ mechanical properties can reveal crucial insight into the effects of environmental and pathological stresses. Such properties can have far reaching applications, from its use as a diagnostic tool to stem cell research. In this blog I showcase the technique of Micropipette Aspiration, an inexpensive way to measure […]

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