Biomicrofluidics
Country
United States
Publisher
American Institute of Physics
ISSN
19321058
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Condensed Matter Physics, Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Colloid and Surface Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Fluid Flow and Transfer Processes, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Chemistry, PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY, Materials Science (miscellaneous)
Impact Factor
2.571
SJR
0.713
Eigenfactor
0.008
h5-index
Not Available
About
Biomicrofluidics (BMF) is an online-only journal published by AIP Publishing to rapidly disseminate research in fundamental physicochemical mechanisms associated with microfluidic and nanofluidic phenomena. BMF also publishes research in unique microfluidic and nanofluidic techniques for diagnostic, medical, biological, pharmaceutical, environmental, and chemical applications. BMF offers quick publication, multimedia capability, and worldwide circulation among academic, national, and industrial laboratories. With a primary focus on high-quality original research articles, BMF also organizes special sections that help explain and define specific challenges unique to the interdisciplinary field of biomicrofluidics. Microfluidic and nanofluidic actuation (electrokinetics, acoustofluidics, optofluidics, capillary) Liquid Biopsy (microRNA profiling, circulating tumor cell isolation, exosome isolation, circulating tumor DNA quantification) Cell sorting, manipulation, and transfection (di/electrophoresis, magnetic beads, optical traps, electroporation) Molecular Separation and Concentration (isotachophoresis, concentration polarization, di/electrophoresis, magnetic beads, nanoparticles) Cell culture and analysis(single cell assays, stimuli response, stem cell transfection) Genomic and proteomic analysis (rapid gene sequencing, DNA/protein/carbohydrate arrays) Biosensors (immuno-assay, nucleic acid fluorescent assay, colorimetric assay, enzyme amplification, plasmonic and Raman nano-reporter, molecular beacon, FRET, aptamer, nanopore, optical fibers) Biophysical transport and characterization (DNA, single protein, ion channel and membrane dynamics, cell motility and communication mechanisms, electrophysiology, patch clamping). Etc...