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Keywords:

  • bacteria;
  • lab-on-a-chip devices;
  • microfluidics;
  • suspension culture;
  • yeast
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A new microfluidic chip integrated with 120 parallel microbial suspension culture units is demonstrated. Various bacterial strains and even yeast can be cultivated on the chip. With a high degree of integration and simple fabrication process, this chip could be a central component for future high-throughput microbial screening and selection systems.