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The
NanoAssemblr®
Benchtop
Develop Future Nanomedicines
NanoAssemblr Benchtop
Polymeric Nanoparticle & Liposome
Overcome key challenges
in nanomedicine development
with the Benchtop.
outstanding reproducibility

Computer control removes batch-to-batch and user variability.

intuitive workflow

Advanced microfluidics is simplified with easy connections and visual software.


controlled assembly

Tune particle size with precise control over fluid flow rates.

 
versatile

Formulate small molecules, peptides and, nucleic acids into lipid, polymer or hybrid nanoparticles, and more.

speedy and efficient

Formulation runs require less than a minute. 30 - 40 formulations can be completed in a day for rapid optimization.

 
scalable

Easily scale between 1mL and 15mL formulations on the Benchtop. Optimized formulations can be transferred to advanced preclinical and clinical scale with the Blaze™ and 8x Scale-up systems.

Easily optimize
nanoparticle size
Use simple software parameters such as Total Flow Rate (TFR) and Flow Rate Ratio (FRR) to fine tune particle size.
Optimize liposomal drug delivery systems Optimize Liposomal Drug Delivery
Develop polymeric drug delivery systems Develop Polymeric Drug Delivery
Robust,
reproducible
process
Minimizing process variability isolates the effects of materials, solvent choice, and concentrations on desired outcomes, enabling rational formulation design.
Batch-to-Batch Reproducibility from Independent UsersReproducibility: Independent Users

Isolate Effects of Formulation Parameters 

Isolate: Formulation Parameters

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Advanced Technology for
Advanced Nanomedicines
Non-turbulent microfluidic mixing provides unparalleled control over nanoparticle assembly that is scalable from discovery to the clinic.

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An aqueous phase and a miscible solvent containing dissolved nanoparticle precursors are injected into each inlet of the NanoAssemblr cartridge

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Under laminar flow, the two phases do not immediately mix

3

Microscopic features engineered into the channel reproducibly control the mixing of the two streams

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Rapid, controlled, homogenous mixing produces homogeneous nanoparticles
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Benchtop Cartridges
NanoAssemblr® Benchtop cartridges are semi-disposable and compatible with a wide range of solvents to make a diverse array of nanomedicine formulations. Cartridges are available in packs of 5.
NanoAssemblr Benchtop Cartridge
Benchtop Brochure
NanoAssemblr Benchtop BrochureThe NanoAssemblr® Benchtop system is designed for rapid prototyping of novel nanoparticle formulations of 1 to 15mL, that would be difficult to make with alternative manufacturing methods. The software enables the control of input mixing parameters for optimizing particle characteristics such as size and encapsulation efficiency.


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Poster

August 01, 2018

Microfluidics-based Manufacture of PEG-b-PLGA Block Copolymer Nanoparticles for the Delivery of Small Molecule Therapeutics

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Application Note

July 01, 2018

Seamless scale up of liposomal verteporfin formulations using the NanoAssemblr® Platform

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Poster

June 11, 2018

Rapid development and seamless scale-up of genetic nanomedicines

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Publication - Abstract

June 01, 2018

Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin

The Use of an Efficient Microfluidic Mixing System for Generating Stabilized Polymeric Nanoparticles for Controlled Drug Release

Y Morikawa, T Tagami, A Hoshikawa, T Ozeki

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Publication - Abstract

May 25, 2018

Multiple Myeloma

Microfluidic Assembly of Liposomes with Tunable Size and Coloading Capabilities

JR Hoffman, E Tasciotti, R Molinaro

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Publication - Abstract

April 18, 2018

Journal of Leukocyte Biology

Lipofection of Plasmid DNA into Human Mast Cell Lines using Lipid Nanoparticles Generated by Microfluidic Mixing

Duguay, B. A., Huang, K. W., & Kulka, M

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