Microfluidic Chip Development Services for Small Molecule


Microfluidics allows for handling of fluid with volumes typically in the range of nano- to microliters or smaller. The attractive and advantageous characteristics of microfluidics include down-scaling and miniaturization. Microfluidics utilizes and consumes less fluid volumes, and requires fewer materials to make the actual device, making the device and procedures more cost-effective and allowing for mass production. Creative Biolabs is dedicated to establishing the most exquisite microfluidic platform for our clients and the one-stop microfluidic solutions can provide comprehensive technical support for advancing our clients’ projects.

Microfluidic Chip Development for Small Molecule Solution

Microfluidic chips offer various possibilities for performing biochemical assays. These range from the separation of biomolecules, in particular of small molecules, proteins, and nucleic acids, to the preparation and analysis of biofluids, such as blood, sweat, and other biological fluids. The molecules in these biofluids can serve as “biomarkers” (biological markers), which are indicators of biological states that can provide information to assist diagnosis, monitor disease progress, assess treatment responses, and identify the risk factors for disease prevention.

Application of microfluidic chips. Fig.1 Illustration of the diverse microfluidic devices used to study biological processes occurring in vascular, respiratory, nervous, digestive and excretory systems. (Perestrelo, et al., 2015)


At Creative Biolabs, we offer comprehensive microfluidic chips development services for small molecules analysis, including but not limited to the following three aspects:

Creative Biolabs has been involving in the field of microfluidic chips for many years and we are committed to completing your project with high quality. We can provide you with the best services to ensure your requirements are met. If you are interested in our services, please contact us for more details.


  1. Perestrelo, A. R.; et al. Microfluidic organ/body-on-a-chip devices at the convergence of biology and microengineering. Sensors. 2015, 15(12), 31142-31170.

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