MAUI microfluidic hybridization system, BioArray Software Environment (BASE) | GenomeWeb

BioMicro of Salt Lake City, Utah, has commercially launched its MAUI microfluidic hybridization system for microarrays. BioMicro’s arrays apply its patented technique of controlling fluid through microchannels using passive valves. Each MAUI chip is disposable, can fit atop most standard microscope slide arrays, and costs about $50, the company said. The current platform is manual, but BioMicro intends to develop an automated version for the manipulation of multiple samples of reagents.

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