Optimizing residence time for recalcified blood in a microfluidic mixer

Rebecca E. Huber, Matthew Sorrells & Keith Neeves
Many research laboratories are currently using microfluidic devices to model blood vessels to gain a better understanding of blood disorders and how to treat them. By using a continuous recalcification method, experimentation time can be elongated, and more complex systems can be studied. In order to use this method effectively, it should be known how long the blood and the recalcification buffer should be mixing for minimal platelet activation, but still hold the ability to...
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