• Three inlet designs or dual aqueous inlet flow-focusing junction
• the example shown has a 10 μm wide junction, although templates for a variety of different junction sizes are available to download
- 10 μM: png, dxf, dwg
- 20 μM: png, dxf, dwg
- 30 μM: png, dxf, dwg
- 40 μM: png, dxf, dwg
- 50 μM: png, dxf, dwg
- 100 μM: png, dxf, dwg
Devenish SRA, Kaltenbach M, Fischlechner M, Hollfelder F, Droplets as Reaction Compartments for Nanotechnology in Protein Nanotechnology, Edited by Gerrard J, Humana Press; 2013.
Submitted by: Martin Fischlechner
3 inlets with short delay channel- Kintses et al. 'Picoliter cell lysate assays in microfluidic droplet compartments for directed enzyme evolution', Chemistry & Biology, 2012.
3 inlets with long delay channel - Kintses et al. 'Picoliter cell lysate assays in microfluidic droplet compartments for directed enzyme evolution', Chemistry & Biology, 2012.
Devices for generating 20 µm double emulsions - Tauzin et al 'Investigating host-microbiome interactions by droplet based microfluidics', Microbiome, 2020.
Devices for 24 µm double emulsions- Wong et al 'A Titratable Cell Lysis-on-Demand System for Droplet-Compartmentalised Ultrahigh-Throughput Screening in Functional Metagenomics and Directed Evolution', ACS Synth. Biol, 2021.
Device for generating 3 pL droplets-
Schnettler Fernández et al.,
'Ultrahigh-throughput directed evolution of a metal-free α/β-hydrolase with a Cys-His-Asp triad into an efficient phosphotriesterase',
to be published
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