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Volume 17,
Issue 2,
March 2023

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Biomicrofluidics publishes research highlighting fundamental physiochemical mechanisms associated with microfluidic and nanofluidic phenomena as well as novel microfluidic and nanofluidic techniques for diagnostic, medical, biological, pharmaceutical, environmental, and chemical applications.

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Yiming Qiao, Zixue Ma et al.
We have determined the susceptibility of T4 DNA (166 kilobase pairs, kbp) to fragmentation under steady shear in a cone-and-plate rheometer. After shearing for at least 30 min at a shear rate of ...
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Lei Fan, Zhangyan Guan et al.
Single-cell level coculture facilitates the study of cellular interactions for uncovering unknown physiological mechanisms, which are crucial for the development of new therapies for diseases. ...
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Hanjin Seo, Hyomin Lee
Recent advances in droplet microfluidics have led to the fabrication of versatile vesicles with a structure that mimics the cellular membrane. These artificial cell-like vesicles including ...
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Mark S. Anderson
The lateral force separation of long chain biomolecules is demonstrated using an atomic force microscope (AFM). This is achieved by using an AFM tip to pull molecules away from the edge of a ...
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Sangwoo Shin
Manipulating the transport and assembly of colloidal particles to form segregated bands or ordered supracolloidal structures plays an important role in many aspects of science and technology, from ...
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Yan Li, Yongjian Li et al.
Thrombosis is the leading cause of death, while the effect of the shear flow on the formation of thrombus in vascular constructions has not been thoroughly understood, and one of the challenges is to ...
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