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  2. A. Aryasomayajula, P. Bayat, P. Rezai, P. Ravi Selvaganapathy, Microfluidic devices and their applications, in Handbook of Nanotechnology, (Ed: B. Bhushan), Springer, Chapter 16, 487-522, (2017)
     

  3. W.I. Wu, P. Rezai, H.H. Hsu, P. Selvaganapathy, Materials and methods for the microfabrication of microfluidic biomedical devices, in Microfluidic devices for biomedical applications (Eds. X.J. Li, Y. Zhou), Woodhead Publishing, Chapter 1, 3-62, (2013)
     

  4. P. Rezai, W. Wu, P. Selvaganapathy, Polymer Microfabrication, in MEMS for biomedical applications, (Ed: S. Bhansali), Woodhead Publishing, Chapter 1, 3-46, (2012)
     

  5. P. Rezai, S. Salam, P. Selvaganapathy, B.P. Gupta, Microfluidic systems to study the biology of human diseases and identify potential therapeutic targets in C. elegans, in Integrated Microsystems (Ed: Kris Iniewski), CRC Press, Chapter. 27, 581-608 (2011)
     

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