Liquid Marbles as Micro-bioreactors for Rapid Blood Typing

Authors

  • Tina Arbatan,

    1. Australian Pulp and Paper Institute, department of Chemical Engineering Monash University, Wellington road, Clayton, 3168, Australia
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  • Lizi Li,

    1. Australian Pulp and Paper Institute, department of Chemical Engineering Monash University, Wellington road, Clayton, 3168, Australia
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  • Junfei Tian,

    1. Australian Pulp and Paper Institute, department of Chemical Engineering Monash University, Wellington road, Clayton, 3168, Australia
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  • Wei Shen

    Corresponding author
    1. Australian Pulp and Paper Institute, department of Chemical Engineering Monash University, Wellington road, Clayton, 3168, Australia
    • Australian Pulp and Paper Institute, department of Chemical Engineering Monash University, Wellington road, Clayton, 3168, Australia.

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Abstract

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A liquid marble micro- bioreactor is used to conduct blood typing as a typical biological assay. This study portrays the potential of using such microreactors for biochemical and biological analysis.

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