Transparent soft PDMS eggshell created as step towards embryo lab on a chip

Creating in vivo 3-D fluorescent imaging still faces barriers, although green fluorescent protein techniques have long been utilized rather well at the cellular level. Meanwhile, robust portable testing devices also challenge lab-on-a-chip advocates. Now scientists in Beijing present a new conceptual soft PDMS (polydimethylsiloxane) avian eggshell to target reaching these two goals. An ‘egg-on-a-chip’ scheme is demonstrated via an egg mold-based design that enables investigation of an entire biological system in a miniature device. —> Read More Here


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