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Título: Axisymmetric PDMS (polydimethysiloxane) microchannels for in vitro haemodynamic studies
Autor: Lima, R.
Oliveira, M.S.N.
Ishikawa, Takuji
Kaji, H.
Tanaka, S.
Nishizawa, Matsuhiko
Yamaguchi, Takami
Palavras-chave: Axisymmetric PDMS microchannel
Microcirculation
Red blood cells
Confocal micro-PTV
Issue Date: 2009
Editora: IOP
Citação: Lima, R.; Oliveira, M. S. N.; Ishikawa, T.; Kaji, H.; Tanaka, S.; Nishizawa, M.; Yamaguchi, T. (2009) - Axisymmetric PDMS microchannels for in vitro haemodynamic studies. Biofabrication. ISSN 1758-5082. 1:3
Resumo: The current microdevices used for biomedical research are often manufactured using microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology. Although it is possible to fabricate precise and reproducible rectangular microchannels using soft lithography techniques, this kind of geometry may not reflect the actual physiology of the microcirculation. Here, we present a simple method to fabricate circular PDMS microchannels aiming to mimic in vivo microvascular environment and suitable for state-of-the-art microscale flow visualization techniques, such as confocal uPIV/PTV. By using a confocal uPTV system individual red blood cells (RBCs) were successfully tracked trough a 75 um circular PDMS microchannel. The results show that RBC lateral dispersion increases with the volume fraction of RBCs in the solution, i.e. with the hematocrit.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10198/1605
ISSN: 1758-5090
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