Bacteria Encapsulation

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Creative Biolabs is a world-leading services provider in the field of microfluidic chip development. Equipped with advanced platforms and powerful technologies, we are dedicated to supporting bacteria encapsulation services by developing a high-quality and high-performance microfluidic chip system.

Advantages of Bacteria Encapsulation

Encapsulation has become an effective method to protect bacteria against severe environmental factors. In the field of probiotic bacteria, encapsulation emerges as a biotechnological strategy that provides several significant advantages over the use of free probiotics.

Especially for intestinal probiotics, encapsulation can protect them from adverse gastrointestinal environments, promote their effective attachment to intestinal mucosal tissues, and ensuring the controlled and targeted release of the encapsulated probiotics with desired concentrations in the gastrointestinal tract.

Microfluidic Encapsulation Technology

Microfluidic encapsulation system has shown great potential to encapsulate single cells, bacteria, DNA/RNA, and proteins in a high-throughput and controllable manner. For bacteria encapsulation, it has several important advantages, including:

Application of Microfluidic-based Bacteria Encapsulation

The Microwell-SERS system. Fig.1 The Microwell-SERS system. (Huang, 2020)

Services at Creative Biolabs

Creative Biolabs, one of the well-recognized experts, is skilled in microfluidic chip development for bacteria encapsulation. With over ten years' extensive experience and advanced microfluidic platforms, our in-home scientists support one-stop top-quality bacteria encapsulation services, including design and development of microfluidic-based bacteria encapsulation system, production of the nanoparticles with versatile and controllable structures for bacteria encapsulation, and microfluidic encapsulation-based bacterial detection. If you are interested in our custom services, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your project.

Reference

  1. Huang, H.K.; et al. Bacteria encapsulation and rapid antibiotic susceptibility test using a microfluidic microwell device integrating surface-enhanced Raman scattering. Lab on a Chip. 2020.

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