Irish Startup Cellix Readies Microfluidics-Based Assay Tech for Market; Will VC Cash Materialize? | GenomeWeb

Over the past six years, researchers at Trinity College Dublin have been exploring the intersection of nanofluidics and cell biology in an attempt to create a new type of assay that mimics the natural environment of cells: the extensive network of capillaries found in the human body.

Those researchers now believe they have developed the technology to the point where it can market it early next year through startup biotechnology company Cellix.

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