Data for: An integrated microfluidic chip for treatment and detection of microalgae cells

Published: 1 July 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/j92pszw9n7.1
Junsheng Wang, Yuejun Kang, Mengmeng Chen, Gege Ding, Ge Wang, Xinxiang Pan, Yanjuan Wang, Yichi Zhang


Figure 1. Schematic of an automatic microalgae treatment and detection system. Figure 2. (a) Basic configuration of a Christmas-tree types microfluidic concentration gradient generator. (b) The equivalent electric circuit model corresponding to the fluid conduits in concentration gradient generator. (c) The flow equivalent diagram of the concentration gradient generator. (d) The simulated concentration profile in the concentration gradient generator, where the color scale denotes the relative concentration varying from 0% to 100%. Figure 3. The simulated concentration distribution and the relative fluorescence intensity measured at 6 different outlets of the concentration gradient generator using sodium fluorescein s a tracer. The inset fluorescence images are corresponding to six outlets. Experimental data are shown as Mean ± SD (n = 6). Figure 4. Normalized Platymonas cell activity under 20 min of NaClO treatment with gradient concentrations. Experimental data are shown as Mean ± SD (n = 6). Figure 5. The relative activity of (a) Platymonas, (b) Pyramimonas sp, (c) Chlorella, and (d) a mixture of all these species after treatment with NaClO under gradient concentrations for 20 min.