NanoJ-Fluidics: open-source fluid exchange in microscopy
NanoJ-Fluidics is an open-source device, composed of easily accessible LEGO-parts, electronics and labware. It is designed to automate and simplify fluid exchange experiments in microscopy. Check the paper in Nature Communications: Automating multimodal microscopy with NanoJ-Fluidics.
It consists of three parts:
- LEGO-based, multiplexable and compact syringe pumps
- A simple "hack" to enable liquid exchange on cell culture dishes
- And a comprehensive electronic and software control suite to control the pumps.
This Wiki provides all the information necessary for researchers to reproduce their own systems and start performing fluidic experiments on their microscopes.