FAQ

How should I cite Fluidity instruments in my paper?

Properly citing the instruments used in your work ensures clarity and transparency.

When referencing a specific instrument ensure the name is capitalized and followed by the manufacturer in brackets – for example;

  • Protein size data was collecting using a Fluidity One instrument (Fluidic Analytics Ltd, Cambridge, UK)
  • Protein interactions were assessed with a Fluidity One-W instrument (Fluidic Analytics Ltd, Cambridge, UK)

When referencing the overall technique please state; microfluidic diffusional sizing (MDS). This ensures that readers can quickly identify the specific technique used.

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