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BFlow stems from a joint consolidated research trajectory of research groups from the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (USC) and Health Research Institute of Santiago de Compostela (FIDIS)

Microfluidic devices manufacturing with a stereolithographic printer for biological applications.
Bastián Carnero et al, Materials Science and Engineering. 2021. Link

Determination of hemodynamic risk for vascular disease in planar artery bifurcations
Otero-Cacho et al., Scientific Reports. 8, pp. 1-7. 2018. Link

Aluminum thin film enhaced IR nanosecond laser-induced frontside etching or transparent materials.
Nieto et al., Optics and Lasers in Engineering. 88, pp. 233-242. 2017. Link

Laser Surface Microstructuring of Biocompatible Materials Using a Microlens Array and the Talbot Effect: Evaluation of the Cell Adhesion.
Aymerich et al., Materials. 10, pp. 1-13. 2017. Link

Laser technique for the fabrication of blood vessels-like models for preclinical studies of pathologies under flow conditions.
Aymerich et al., Biofabrication. 9, pp. 1-7. 2017. Link

Sol-Gel Glass Coating Synthesis for Different Applications: Active Gradient-Index Materials, Microlens Arrays and Biocompatible Channels.
Gómez Varela et al., Recent Applications in Sol-Gel Synthesis. 12, pp. 231-252. 2017. Link

Study of Different Sol-Gel Coatings to Enhance the Lifetime of PDMS Devices: Evaluation of Their Biocompatibility.
Aymerich et al., Materials. 9, 728, pp. 1-11. 2016. Link

A laser-based technology for fabricating a soda-lime glass based microfluidic device for circulating tumor cell capture.
Nieto et al., Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces. 134, pp. 363–369. 2015. Link

Fabrication of microchannels on soda-lime glass substrates with a Nd: YVO4 laser.
Daniel Nieto et al, Optics and Laser in Engineering. 63, pp. 11 -18. 2014. Link


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