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“…For the 3% agarose hydrogel an elastic modulus between 19 and 32 kPa was reported. [40,41] Fluorescence intensity measurements were performed to evaluate diffusion into the gel. Although a reliable diffusivity value could not be obtained, diffusivity is reported in the literature as D $ 6.4 Â 10 À7 cm 2 s…”
Section: Biopolymers As Bulk and Film Materials In Microfluidicsmentioning
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“…For the 3% agarose hydrogel an elastic modulus between 19 and 32 kPa was reported. [40,41] Fluorescence intensity measurements were performed to evaluate diffusion into the gel. Although a reliable diffusivity value could not be obtained, diffusivity is reported in the literature as D $ 6.4 Â 10 À7 cm 2 s…”
Section: Biopolymers As Bulk and Film Materials In Microfluidicsmentioning
“…The applications for such microlens systems could be autonomous chemical and biological sensing for lab on a chip devices. In a study by Cao et al [40] a hydrogel was used to deform a membrane to open and close an outlet that controls drug release. We mention this study even though it does not fit the review explicitly due to the applicability of biopolymer hydrogels for drug release studies [83][84][85][86][87][88][89] because it can serve as a useful model for a responsive release system.…”
Section: Hydrogels In Biomimetic Microfluidicsmentioning
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“…Environmentally sensitive hydrogels offer multiple opportunities in the design of biomedical microsystems (Siegel et al 1988;Cao et al 2001;Han et al 2002;Gil and Hudson 2004;Kopecek 2003;Ziaie et al 2004). These soft, threedimensional cross-linked polymer networks swell and shrink in response to physical and chemical stimuli such as temperature, pH, and glucose concentration.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…However the need for a programmed delivery profile (current infusion systems do not incorporate sensing capabilities) make these devices less than ideal. Consequently, a number of research and commercial efforts underway aim to develop improved protein delivery vehicles and alternative approaches for protein delivery (Kim et al, 1999;Lin and Pisano, 1999;Jung et al, 2000;Cao et al, 2001;Martin and Grove, 2001;Gu et al, 2002). However, none propose a comprehensive non-electronic technology serving both open and closed-loop designs with practical response times.…”
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