Flow cells

Flow cells are microfluidic chips with one or more channels of a certain length that guide the fluid. Inlets and outlets allow a continuous flow. The dimensions of the microfluidic channels can be in the same range as cell diameters, which makes flow cells extremely useful for the assessment of single cells.



Mixing two (or more) liquids is often an important sample preparation step on lab-on-a-chip platforms. At Micronit we offer separate mixer chips in our web store, but it is also possible to integrate micromixers on-chip as part of a larger microfluidic assay.


Cell culturing under flow conditions

Organ-on-a-chip (OoC) applications, which were created by combining labs on chips and cell biology, are attracting growing interest from scientists and the life sciences industry. Adding flow conditions helps to mimic the in vivo situation more accurately.


Microfluidic droplet generation

Microfluidic droplet generation is a technique to create highly reproducible droplets in a very controlled manner. The basis of this technique lies in bringing together of two immiscible liquids that together form the droplet.


Lab-on-a-chip solutions for EOR

Anyone conducting studies in the field of enhanced oil recovery (EOR) would want to work with a setup that is as natural as possible. Lab-on-a-chip technology has an answer to this!


Microfluidic starter kit - the complete answer for your own microfluidics project

Whether you are conducting research that needs microfluidic experiments or working on a product development involving microfluidics: our Microfluidic starter kit contains everything you need to get started right away!

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