What does this device do?
miniDrops is a 3D printed, low-cost, small-footprint microfluidic controller most suitable for droplet microfluidics [Drop-seq]
This project is open-source. I am currently not engaged in any further development of the system.
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Copyright (c) 2018 William T. Stephenson, New York Genome Center
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