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We present an ultrasound-modulated microfluidic device for large scale production of microbubble contrast agents. Aim of this device is to overcome limitations associated with bulk production techniques or traditional microfluidic approaches. Microbubbles were characterised in terms of their dimensional and acoustical properties, and compared to those produced using bulk sonication.


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627 - 628