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Joseph Huang of Plainsboro, NJ, Yong Shi of Nutley, NJ, and Yufeng Ma of Harrison, NJ, have received US Patent No. 7,871,570, "Fluidic array devices and systems, and related methods of use and manufacturing." The patent describes a fluidic array that includes an elastomeric body that permits control of the device. According to the patent, the elastomeric body may include intersecting row and column channels, and reactions may occur at the intersection spots formed by the intersecting channels.

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