Laboratory Setup

Microfluidic multipoles theory and applications

Microfluidic multipoles theory and applications

Published at 25.09.2019, Tags: Laboratory Setup, Publication

Thomas Gervais et al. liberate fluids from microchips and lay the foundations for the future of microfluidics with their research on "open space" applications. The experimental demonstration of the principles exposed required the use of up to 12 Low Pressure Syringe Pumps neMESYS 290N. Read on »


Droplet-based high-throughput screening has never been easier

Droplet-based high-throughput screening has never been easier

Published at 04.08.2019, Tags: Laboratory Setup, Publication

Postek et al. nicely demonstrated an automated high-throughput screening for MIC determination of an antibiotic in nanolitre droplets for different E.coli concentrations. Read on »


The taste of precision

The taste of precision

Published at 24.04.2019, Tags: Laboratory Setup, Publication, Software

A new versatile computer-controlled gustometer has recently been described Andersen et al. The device was built to match the specific needs of scientists running behavioral, electrophysiologal, and hemodynamic investigations. The setup mainly consists of several low-pressure neMESYS syringe pumps for dosing of liquid taste solutions directly onto the participants’ tongues. Read on »


Self-immobilizing fusion enzymes for compartmentalized biocatalysis

Self-immobilizing fusion enzymes for compartmentalized biocatalysis

Published at 17.02.2019, Tags: Laboratory Setup, Publication

In a recent publication, Peschke et al. successfully realized microfluidic biocatalytic cascades in a compartmentalized microfluidic chip with excellent stereoselectivities. In the experimental set-up, different substrates and cofactors solutions were placed in neMESYS low pressure syringe pumps and perfused through a four-channel PMMA microchip, which is loaded with enzymes immobilized on magnetic beads at a very low flow rate of 1 µl/min. Read on »