Novel 5000-well plate drug screening device developed
Whilst it is common to use 96-well plates in early-stage drug development, scientists from Penn State University (PA, USA) and the University of Texas at Austin (TX, USA) have developed a novel microfluidic device that can hold over 5000 individual cells for large scale drug screening.
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