"a volunteer presents his fingertip for a quick finger stick. A phlebotomist wicks up the small drop of blood with a specially made square of plastic, then snaps the plastic into a credit-card sized microfluidics cartridge and feeds it into a special reader. Fifteen minutes later, the device spits out the volunteer's prostate specific antigen (PSA) level, a protein used to monitor the return of prostate cancer after treatment."in reference to:
"A new microfluidics device gives results in 15 minutes."
- http://www.technologyreview.com/biomedicine/24932/?nlid=2858 (view on Google Sidewiki)