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Microfluidic Devices for Culturing Primary Mammalian Neurons at Low Densities
L.J. Millet, M.E. Stewart, J.V. Sweedler, R.G. Nuzzo, M.U. Gillette, Lab Chip 7, 2007, 987–994.

About the cover: Biocompatibility of microfluidic devices for culturing primary mammalian neurons at low densities is greatly enhanced through fabrication using chemically-extracted PDMS and by inducing flow. Image prepared by Larry Millet and Jason Wheeler.