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Development of a microfluidic system that simultaneously assess bioactivity and drug concentration.

Meredith L. Schroeder * (G1), Raquib Hasan (2), Jordan Nodland (3), Ryan P Striker (3), Andrew Vetter (3), Shelley M Horne (1), Jake Droel (2), Ben D Brooks (3), Birgit M Pruess (1), Daniel L Ewert (3), and Amanda E Brooks (2)

(1) Microbiological Science, (2) Pharmaceutical Sciences, and (3) Electrical and Computer Engineering, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND

Support: This work was supported by the North Dakota Experiment State to SH, and BP. Start-up funds provided by North Dakota State University and Venture Grant supported MS, RH, JN, RS, AV, JD, BB, DE, and AB.

Corresponding Author's Email: Birgit.Pruess@ndsu.edu

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Author:Schroeder, Meredith L.; Hasan, Raquib; Nodland, Jordan; Striker, Ryan P.; Vetter, Andrew; Horne, She
Publication:Proceedings of the North Dakota Academy of Science
Article Type:Author abstract
Date:Apr 1, 2017
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