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This work focuses on the application of on-line programmable microfl uidic bioprocessing as a complementation vehicle towards the design of artifi cial cells. The electronically controlled collection, separation and channel transfer of the biomolecules are monitored by a sensitive fl uorescence setup. Two different physical effects, electrophoresis and electroosmotic fl ow, are used to allow for a detailed micro-control of fl uids in micro-reaction environments. A combination of these two basicdoi:10.1159/000094187 fatcat:rvlklgxipbeihe3fazvcgct7pi