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Zografos, K. and Pimenta, F. and Alves, M. A. and Oliveira, M. S. N. (2016) Microfluidic converging-diverging channels optimised for homogeneous extensional deformation. Biomicrofluidics, 10 (4). ISSN 1932-1058

Yaginuma, T. and Oliveira, Monica and Lima, Rui and Ishikawa, T. and Yamaguchi, T. (2013) Human red blood cell behaviour under homogeneous extensional flow in a hyperbolic-shaped microchannel. Biomicrofluidics, 7 (5). ISSN 1932-1058

Haward, S.J. and Jaishankar, A. and Oliveira, Monica and Alves, M.A. and McKinley, G.H. (2013) Extensional flow of hyaluronic acid solutions in an optimized micofluidic cross-slot device. Biomicrofluidics, 7 (4). Article 044108. ISSN 1932-1058

Campo-DeaƱo, Laura and Dullens, Roel P. and Aarts, Dirk and Pinho, F.T. and Oliveira, Monica (2013) Viscoelasticity of blood and viscoelastic blood analogues for use in polydymethysyloxane in vitro models of the circulatory system. Biomicrofluidics, 7 (3). Article 034102. ISSN 1932-1058

Sousa, P.C. and Pinho, F.T. and Oliveira, Monica and Alves, M.A. (2011) Extensional flow of blood analogue solutions in microfluidic devices. Biomicrofluidics, 5 (1). ISSN 1932-1058

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