microreactor

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microreactor

[¦mī·krō·rē′ak·tər]
(chemical engineering)
A microsystem for chemical and biochemical reactions, including separation, fluid handling, and unit operations of chemical engineering, as well as analytical systems. Its small reaction volumes and high heat and mass transfer rates allow for precise adjustment of process conditions, short response times, and defined residence times, resulting in greater process control and higher yields and selectivity.
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The pharmaceutical research segment is further divided into lab analytics (cell-based assays, proteomic analysis, genomic analysis, and capillary electrophoresis), dispensing, and microreaction.
The pharmaceutical research segment is further segmented into lab analytics (cell-based assays, proteomic analysis, genomic analysis, and capillary electrophoresis), dispensing, and microreaction.
Rather than synthesis, however, this approach now exposes each microreaction to a hybridization reaction with a short oligo containing partially a mixed sequence (representing all possible sequences) and a known fixed nucleotide, in each of the four possibilities, each labeled with a specific fluorophore.
Ehrfeld Mikrotechnik BTS GmbH is a subsidiary of Bayer Technology Services GmbH and a leading supplier of microreaction technology products such as micro and milli reactors, heat exchangers and related devices for lab and production units.
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The market of MicroReaction Technologies (MRT) dedicated to flow chemistry sharply increased over the last five years.
The pharmaceutical research application market is further divided into three major segments, namely, lab analytics (cell-based assays, proteomic analysis, genomic analysis, and capillary electrophoresis), dispensing, and microreaction.
The CD structure is an intricate web of microchannels and microreaction chambers formed in a 1.
Hybridization reactions were carried out in the microreaction chamber (4 x 5 x 1 mm) of the chip created by the packaging.
Applications (Clinical and veterinary diagnostics, Point of care, Pharmaceutical research, Analytical devices, Industrial applications, Dispensing and blending, Microreaction, Drug delivery, Medical)