Biological Flows

3D Microfluidic Model for Interstitial and Intramural Flows (Yu Ling Huang, Chih-Kuan Tung, and Oleh Krupa)


Fluid flows in living systems can be broadly classified as intramural flows (flows within blood and lymphatic vessels) and interstitial flows (flows within tissues). Intramural flows cover a wide range of flow speed, from a few micrometers per second in lymphatic capillaries to tens of centimeters per second in arteries. READ MORE.



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