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NanoFabTx microfluidic - micro

device kit for synthesis of 1-5 μm particles

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Synonym(s):
Microfluidic kit, Microparticle, NanoFabTx device kit, Nanoformulation

description

Microfludic device kit for synthesizing 1-5 μm microparticles

Kit components :

  • Microfluidic chip x 1
  • Tubings and accessories

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application(s)

advanced drug delivery

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description

Microfludic device kit for synthesizing 1-5 μm microparticles

Kit components :

  • Microfluidic chip x 1
  • Tubings and accessories

description

Microfludic hardware kit component for synthesizing 1-5 μm microparticles

Kit components :

  • Microfluidic chip x 1

description

Microfludic device kit for synthesizing nanparticles

Kit components :

  • Microfluidic chip x 1
  • Tubings and accessories

description

Microfludic hardware kit component for synthesizing nanoparticles

Kit components :

  • Microfluidic chip x 1

application(s)

advanced drug delivery

application(s)

advanced drug delivery

application(s)

advanced drug delivery

application(s)

advanced drug delivery

General description

NanoFabTx Microfluidic - micro device kit includes a comprehensive protocol, pre-assembled microfluidic chip manifold, tubing, and accessories—a microfluidic platform to synthesize drug-encapsulating microparticles 1-5 μm in size. It is compatible with either a standard syringe pump (not included) or the Dolomite microfluidics system (not included). The device kit does not include reagents. NanoFabTx- micro reagent kits, like NanoFabTx PLGA-micro (Cat.No. 912220) provide the reagents for the synthesis of 1-5 μm PLGA microparticles.

Application

NanoFabTx Microfluidic - micro device kit is designed to work with the NanoFabTx- micro reagent kits for the synthesis of 1-5 μm particles (Cat.No. 912220) and can be used to create drug-encapsulated polymeric microspheres with narrow size-dispersity and consistent drug loading. Polymeric microparticles also can encapsulate larger biologics like proteins, mRNA, and DNA, in addition to drugs and small molecules, and may serve as vehicles for targeted delivery and controlled release. Microfluidic-based synthesis is a powerful tool in drug development for fabricating size-controlled drug-delivery particles, enabling scalable synthesis of particles and rapid formulation screening. In contrast to nanoprecipitation or solvent-displacement methods, microfluidic technologies have several advantages including enhanced reproducibility, less consumption of expensive reagents, and superior scalability.

Features and Benefits

  • Step-by-step microfluidic-based protocols developed and tested by our formulation scientists
  • Optimized to make monodisperse microparticles of any size between 1 and 5 μm
  • Facilitates simple optimization of drug encapsulation and loading efficiency in microparticles

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NANOFABTX is a trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC

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Andrew Gdowski et al.
Journal of nanobiotechnology, 16(1), 12-12 (2018-02-13)
The process of optimization and fabrication of nanoparticle synthesis for preclinical studies can be challenging and time consuming. Traditional small scale laboratory synthesis techniques suffer from batch to batch variability. Additionally, the parameters used in the original formulation must be
Xuanyu Li et al.
Advanced drug delivery reviews, 128, 101-114 (2017-12-27)
Microfluidic chips allow the rapid production of a library of nanoparticles (NPs) with distinct properties by changing the precursors and the flow rates, significantly decreasing the time for screening optimal formulation as carriers for drug delivery compared to conventional methods.
Samar Damiati et al.
Genes, 9(2) (2018-02-22)
Microfluidic devices present unique advantages for the development of efficient drug carrier particles, cell-free protein synthesis systems, and rapid techniques for direct drug screening. Compared to bulk methods, by efficiently controlling the geometries of the fabricated chip and the flow

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Our team of scientists has experience in all areas of research including Life Science, Material Science, Chemical Synthesis, Chromatography, Analytical and many others.

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