Lab on a Chip devices, that use microfluidic components.
uFluidix specializes in manufacturing and developing of microfluidic devices. These are components usually made of plastic, smaller than a credit card. Inside, they houses micro-channels for the passage of tiny volume of liquid (e.g. blood) as little as a fraction of a droplet. The channels can be 10 times thinner than human hair. Microfluidic chips are key components of a new class of hand-held devices called lab-on-a-chip. Lab-on-a-chips are used for point-of-care diagnostics, DNA analysis, tissue engineering, research, drug development, etc. An example of a lab-on-a-chip on the market is hand-held glucose monitoring devices that use microfluidic cartridges.