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Microfluidics 101: How to Assemble a Chip

Video   Apr 13, 2018 | Video from BU iGEM

 

This is one of four M101 tutorial videos produced by the 2017 BostonU_HW iGEM Team. This video goes step-by-step through the process of assembling a microfluidic device found on the MARS Archive.

 
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