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Dolomite’s Resealable Chip Interface Offers Easy Access to Microfluidic Chip Surface

publication date: Dec 17, 2014
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author/source: Dolomite

Dolomite – the pioneering microfluidics specialist – has launched a Pressure-driven Resealable Chip Interface System designed for applications requiring quick and easy access to the microfluidic chip surface.

 Resealable Chip Interface SystemCompact and robust, this easy-to-use system enables tool-free assembly of glass, quartz or polymer resealable chips, allowing the user to deposit reagents, sensors, biosensors or cells onto the chip base layer for exposure to the fluid stream.

The modular, flexible system comprises a Resealable Chip Interface – allowing up to eight fluidic and eight electrical connections per chip – 4-way linear connectors, and Mitos Pressure Pumps for pulseless, stable flow from 70 nl to 5 ml a minute, at pressures of up to 10 bar. For direct, accurate control of flow rates, Mitos Flow Rate Sensors can also be included. The versatile Resealable Chip Interface System is ideal for a broad range of applications, including biosensor testing, cell culture analysis, dielectrophoresis experiments, impedance detection and applications where cleaning or replacement of some parts of the system is required between experiments. The system is also compatible with a range of microscope systems – for straightforward imaging and recording – and Dolomite’s optional Mitos P­Pump Remote Chambers, which allow up to 30 ml of fluid to be conveniently located in a pressurised, sterile environment for easy temperature control or agitation, ensuring you can develop a set-up to meet your application needs. 


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