Synthetic Biology using multi-line laser that contain 405nm, 473nm, 532nm and 640nm that manufacutured by CNI Laser.
Droplet microfuidics enables massively-parallel analysis of single cells, biomolecules, and chemicals, making it valuable for high-throughput screens. However, many hydrophobic analytes are soluble in carrier oils, preventing their quantitative analysis with the method.
Synthetic biologists engineer organisms to produce high-value compounds, including drugs, biofuels, and chemical building blocks. The University of California applys Printed Droplet Microfuidics to construct defined reactions with chemicals and cells incubated under air on an open array. The method interfaces with most bioanalytical tools and retainshy drophobic compounds in compartmentalized reactors, allowing their quantitation. This experiment uses a multi-line laser that contain 405nm, 473nm, 532nm and 640nm that manufacutured by CNI Laser. Their paper is published in Scientific Reports.