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NanoFabTx microfluidic - micro

device kit for synthesis of 1-5 μm particles

Synonym: Microfluidic kit, Microparticle, NanoFabTx device kit, Nanoformulation



Related Categories Biodegradable Polymers, Materials Science, NanoFabTx Device Kits, NanoFabTx Formulation Kits, PLGA Microspheres and Nanoparticles,
description   Microfludic device kit for synthesizing 1-5 μm microparticles

Kit components :
• Microfluidic chip x 1
• Tubings and accessories



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 microparticles with narrow size dispersity and high batch-to-batch consistency. The device kit includes a comprehensive protocol, pre-assembled microfluidic chip manifold, tubing, and required accessories and is compatible with either the Dolomite microfluidics system or a standard syringe pump (compatible microfluidics system or syringe pump required separately).
Microfluidic-based synthesis is a powerful tool for fabricating size-controlled drug delivery particles. The chip geometries and flow parameters enable facile synthesis of monodispersed particles with minimum batch-to-batch variance. Microfluidics allows scalable synthesis of particles, and rapid formulation screening.

Features and Benefits

• Microfluidic formulation development for enhancing drug bioavailability
• Optimization of drug encapsulation and loading efficiency in microparticles
• Selection of optimal microparticle size,
• Optimized to make 1-5 μm microparticles
• Step-by-step microfluidic-based protocols developed and tested by our formulation scientists

Other Notes

This kit was developed and tested in partnership with Dolomite Microfluidics. For compatible pumps and microfluidic systems, Please visit: Dolomite for more information

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NANOFABTX is a trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC

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