Microfabrication and Microfluidics

The Microfabrication and Microfluidics Core (MMC) facilitates the construction and implementation of novel devices that can be used for imaging model organisms, fluidic systems and the development of electrochemical based sensors for monitoring release of biomolecules from slices, cells and live animals.

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  • The Microfabrication and Microfluidics Core (MMC) is designed to facilitate the construction and implementation of:
  • Novel devices that can be used for imaging model organisms including C. elegans, Drosophila, and zebrafish
  • Fluidic systems that can be used to study the physical properties and transport of biological fluid
  • The development of novel electrochemical based sensors for monitoring release of biomolecules from slices, cells and live animals, and (4) assistance with the development of analytical methods.
Ryan Grigsby
Multidisciplinary Research Building, room 157
785-864-1918
ryan.grigsby@ku.edu

LINKS TO LAB WEBSITES

Biochemistry & Protein Science

Bioinformatics & Modeling

Cross-Disciplinary

Materials Characterization

Molecular Structures

Translational Biology

EVENTS
Ability to set up 24 NMR experiments at one time and eliminate periodic user intervention
Screen up to 100,000 compounds in two days for endpoint assays
Next-generation genome sequencing
Near-infrared and bioluminescence imaging instrumentation to track gene of interest and/or tumor growth
Expertise in the design and stability of various pharmaceutical dosage forms
More than 40 computational chemistry software programs and databases
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