These real-time videos constitute supplementary material to some of our publications.
Capillary pumps for autonomous capillary systems.
Martin Zimmermann, Heinz Schmid, Patrick Hunziker and Emmanuel Delamarche
Lab Chip 2007, 7, 119-125
|Videos showing the filling behavior of a liquid inside different types of capillary pumps.|
|Capillary pumps||Video 1||Video 2||Video 3|
Screening of cell membrane proteins using a micromosaic immunoassay format.
Marc Wolf, Martin Zimmermann, Patrick Hunziker and Emmanuel Delamarche
Biomed. Microdevices, 2007, 9, 135-141.
|Video corresponding to a micromosaic immunoassay in which cells having CD44 surface receptors and fluorescein dyes are captured on patterned anti-CD44 antibodies.|
Autonomous microfluidic capillary system.
David Juncker, Heinz Schmid, Ute Drechsler, Heiko Wolf, Marc Wolf, Bruno Michel, Nico de Rooij, and Emmanuel Delamarche
Anal. Chem. 2002, 74, 6139-6144.
|Video CS1 shows the repeated delivery of liquids to the service ports of 4 independent capillary systems, and the autonomous transport of the liquids out of the service ports.|
|Video CS2 shows the sequential filling and flushing of 4 reaction chambers of 4 independent CSs with colored aqueous solutions. These solutions were manually delivered to the service cavities in a manner similar to video 1.|
|Capillary system 1||Video CS1|
|Capillary system 2||Video CS2|
Multipurpose microfluidic probe.
David Juncker, Heinz Schmid, and Emmanuel Delamarche
Nat. Mater. 2005, 4, 622-628.
|Video nmat1435-s1 is a real-time fluorescence video of the hydrodynamic flow confinement in a gap formed between the mesa of a microfluidic probe and a substrate surface. The injected aqueous solution contained fluorescein (green) and 2.5-um-wide fluorescent beads (red) that reveal the shape and flow lines, respectively, whereas the surrounding medium (water) appears black.||nmat1435-s1|
|Video nmat1435-s2 is a real-time fluorescence video of microarraying one type of fluorescently-labelled protein on a surface in the presence of a surrounding liquid.||nmat1435-s2|
|Video nmat1435-s3 is a real-time fluorescence video of the localized desorption of proteins from a surface using a microfluidic probe.||nmat1435-s3|