Here are the latest publications featuring the use of the Pu·MA System and 3D Flowchips for you to download.
In-depth characterization of a new patient-derived xenograft model for metaplastic breast carcinoma to identify viable biologic targets and patterns of matrix evolution within rare tumor types
Matossian M.D. et al., Clinical and Translational Oncology (Aug 9, 2021) epub
Disease modeling with 3D cell-based assays using a novel flowchip system and high-content imaging
Cromwell E.F. et al., SLAS Technology (Mar 30, 2021) 26(3): 237-248
Journal Cover Feature
Protein Fluidics’ first publication was selected to be featured on the cover of
SLAS Technology Volume 26 Issue 3
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