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Method to regulate pressure driven flow in fluidic passages by sealing junctions via application of a phase change material

Stanford researchers have discovered a way of regulating pressure-driven flow in fluidic passages by utilizing phase change materials to seal fluidic passages. Unwanted small differences in the hydrostatic pressure in reservoirs result in unwanted pressu...
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Dandybodies: DNA-Conjugated Antibodies for Improved Antibody Affinity and Reduced Antibody Cross Reactivity

The sandwich immunoassay is a common strategy used for protein detection and has repeatedly been adapted to various platforms. One example is that of the protein microarray where multiple capture antibodies each targeted against a different antigen are im...
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