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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
LMO FGG.2K.015.CLAC65 PEI-Genesis Lemo Not Provided LKP KeyG FLUIDIC+10LV
LMO FGG.3B.025.CLAD92 PEI-Genesis Lemo Not Provided LBP KeyG 2 FLUIDIC +10C (LV) D
FGG.2K.015.CLAK11 Heilind Electronics, Inc. LEMO USA Connectors PLUG (CdG)FLUIDIC + 10LV
FGG.2B.195.LN Digi-Key LEMO Undefined Category FLUIDIC SLEEVE
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    advancements in instrumentation technology. Automated fluidic transport systems are a classic example, being adopted into systems that facilitate a broad spectrum of IVD tests, including immunoassays, nucleic acid -based diagnostics, and clinical chemistry testing. Manual pipetting of chemistries
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    Laminate construction of microfluidic devices offers a means to incorporate both additive and subtractive manufacturing techniques for the development of multiplexed fluidic devices that have, for example, porous membranes formed-in-place (FIP). Important applications for these hybrid devices

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