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Mitos Dropix: Droplet-on-demand microfluidic system

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Mitos Dropix is a droplet-on-demand microfluidic system enabling a programmable sequence of droplets to be easily generated. Designed for ease of use, Dropix allows for extremely miniaturized droplet production with excellent control over volume and environment, while still ensuring compartmentalization of contents. This compact and portable system can convert up to 24 different samples into droplets and store up to 1000 droplets with sizes down to 50nl. 

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Benefiting a wide range of industries including pharmaceutical, agrochemical, cosmetics and research, Mitos Dropix can be used for a variety of applications such as cell studies, diagnosis, screening, bioassays and drug discovery. 

Features and benefits:

  • Small and portable system
  • Easy to set up with no tools required 
  • Automated production of droplets from 24 samples in any sequence 
  • Ability to generate droplet sizes down to 50nl 
  • Ability to generate up to 5 droplets per second 
  • Full visibility of the samples and droplet generation within clear fluid reservoir
  • Storage of droplets in the removable transparent droplet storage coil for external experimentation and analysis 
  • Can run autonomously for up to 24 hours after setup 
  • Excellent control of droplet size and frequency via PC software 

Product Mitos Dropix: Droplet-on-demand microfluidic system
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