Modeling of biological cells deformation in microfluidic systems

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Lizanets D., Matviykiv O., Yurchak I.

Department of Computer Aided Design Systems

This paper is devoted to the modeling of biological cells deformation in microfluidic systems. The background and purposes of development of the mechanical model of the living biological cell to improve modelling and computer aided design of microfluidic devices for bioanalisys and diagnostics were described.

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