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Lab on a Chip / Organ on a Chip World Congress – October 1 – 5th, Coronado Island, San Diego, CA

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Join us for this combined conference on Microfluidic, lab on a Chip, and Organ on a Chip developments. Dr. Levine will serve as Chair for the Plenary session on Monday October 1st at 2:00PM. Dr. Levine will also be giving  presentations in the Technology spotlight section for lab on a Chip,: “Engineered Microfluidic Components for System Integration: Case Studies and Lessons Learned” on Wednesday Oct 3rd at 11:00AM. and on Thursday October 4th at 5:00PM in the Organ on a Chip coference: “Integrated Fluid Distribution Manifolds as a Tool for Controlling Cell Culture and Organ-on-chip Platforms” Booth 1: ALine will have…

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How to Design a Microfluidic Device – Part 1

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This series will focus on integration of an assay from standard laboratory ware, e.g. a microtiter plate, and ‘porting’ it into a microfluidic cartridge. The assay protocol will be managed through an instrument interface, usually a small benchtop or handheld product. To develop a design concept for the overall cartridge, the assay workflow integration needs to be addressed in a step-wise fashion. Whether the assay protocol is a sandwich immune assays, PCR, and cell-based assays, the same considerations apply in the design development. The objective is to create a set of cartridge specifications that will enable design for manufacture while delivering…

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Congratulations to the Student Poster and Presentation Winners at the SoCal Micro & Nanofliudics Symposium

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“On behalf of the organizing committee for the SoCal Micro and Nanofluidics Symposium, I want to thank you and ALine for your generous support this year. The meeting was a great success and we were very excited to present the $250 awards.  David Li from UCI won the Best Oral Presentation Award, and Janay Kong from UCLA won the Best Poster Presentation Award.” ALine is proud to support students in the UC system who are pursuing careers in biomedical engineering. We look forward to next year’s symposium.

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ALine supports the SoCal Micro & Nanofluidics Symposium

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The 4th annual SoCal Micro & Nanofluidics Symposium will be held at UC Santa Barbara this Thursday and Friday, Aug. 24-25, 2017. The symposium brings together students and faculty from across the UC system.  ALine is sponsoring two awards for the best presentations by students, as well as supporting the symposium generally. Speakers spanning mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, chemistry, neuroscience and bioengineering will present their work and discuss the future of micro and nanofluidics in biotechnology and medicine. Dr. Levine, President and CEO of ALine commented, “Even though I run a company, I still think of myself as a scientist, and…

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Lab-on-a-Chip Microfluidics World Congress, October 2nd – 4th, Coronado Island Marriott

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Dr. Stefano Begolo, Director of Engineering, will be presenting at 11:45 AM on October 2nd titled “Engineered Microfluidic Components Enable Rapid System Integration“ ALine will be exhibiting and hosting a workshop on October 2nd at 1PM demonstrating rapid integration of a custom workflow onto Lab-on-a-Chip microfluidic devices with instrument control. This approach speeds the integration of the assay and allows optimization of the assay +  cartridge + instrument interface in a rapid design-build-test cycle. We understand the need to collect data to support assay optimization in a microfluidic as early as possible in the program. Our engineered fluidic components enable rapid…

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Microfluidic Circuit Boards | ALine Engineered Components

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Integrate pneumatically controlled valves, pumps, metering channels, vents, and bubble mitigation strategies using ALine’s engineered components to add fluid circuit functionality to your microfluidic design. You provide a schematic of your desired workflow, we provide an efficient and scalable microfluidic circuit chip design integrated with instrument control and an actuation routine. These well-characterized engineered components have been incorporated into tens of thousands of devices over the last ten years. Our technical articles demonstrate their reliable performance over a range of conditions. ALine On-Board Fluidic Components Pressure (psi) Area (mm2) Volume (uL) Specs Valves -10 to +25 6.0 to 10 0.3 to 0.5 <…

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