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This paper reviews recent investigations and achievements in the design of controllable functional components for improving microfluidic systems, its effectiveness, and functionality. The main purpose was to design novel microstructures with piezoelectric properties (microresonators), which enable one to control the effectiveness of fluid flow in micro-hydro-mechanical devices for biomedical/biochemical purposes. Controllable properties were obtained by incorporating different types of bindersdoi:10.3390/s18114049 pmid:30463355 fatcat:ioeabqqptrah5cgm6dab5ch3qi