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Pensioning off pipettes

Nature Chemistry volume 3, pages 428429 (2011) | Download Citation

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A microfluidic device design that allows a nanolitre droplet to be trapped and sequentially diluted without the need for any moving parts opens up new possibilities in high-throughput screening.

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  1. Glenn M. Walker is in the Biomedical Engineering Department at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina 27695, USA.

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