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Proteins crystallization is a commonly used technique for protein analysis and subsequent drug design. It predicts the three-dimensional arrangement of the constituent amino acids, which in turn indicates the specific biological function of a protein. Protein crystallization experiments are typically carried out manually on multi-well plates in the laboratory. These experiments are slow, expensive, and error-prone. We present the design of a multi-well plate microfluidic biochip for proteindoi:10.1109/iccad.2008.4681589 dblp:conf/iccad/XuCP08 fatcat:5gaqew3it5ejfp5c34mh3ycbmu