|A Microwave/Microfluidics Integrated Label-Free Detection and Content Sensing System for Point-of-Care Applications|
Gurkan Yesiloz, Muhammed S. Boybay, Carolyn L. Ren
This poster presents a droplet-based microfluidic device integrated with a microwave wave sensor, which is also a heater, for simultaneous sensing and heating of individual nanoliter-sized droplets.
|SOFT DEVICES FOR HEALTHCARE MONITORING APPLICATIONS|
Laura López, Carlos Carenas, Carme de Haro, Cristina Casellas, Elisenda Reixach, Marta Cot, Rosa Rodriguez, Paul Lacharmoise, Úrbez Santana
Printed Electronics allow the creation of new and innovative functionalized textile products, in the demanding and highly specialized world of Medical Devices. The main aim of this whole new sector is to produce wearable, conformable, flexible and low-cost textile-based devices bringing innovative solutions to different markets.
|A novel multi-organ microfluidic chip: on the way to the complexity of a living organism|
Timur R Samatov, Svetlana A Tonevitskaya, Natalya Pulkova, Evgeny A Tonevitsky
A novel physiologically relevant multi-organ chip is developed capable of culturing up to six different organotypic models integrated into a single microfluidic circuit.
|ENZYME COATED MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES FOR USE IN CONTINUOUS FLOW MICROFLUIDIC DEVICES|
Ferenc Ender, Diana Weiser, Andras Vitez, Laszlo Poppe
A novel Lab-on-a-Chip platform is presented incorporates micro-sized magnetic reaction cells capable of anchoring protein-coated MNPs addressable and selectively. Such platform allows the design of highly flexible and "programmable" execution of multienzyme processes for biocatalytic or diagnostic purposes.
|Hand-held Automated Instrument for Microchip Electrophoresis with Amperometric Detection|
D.F. Pozo-Ayuso, A. Fernández-la-Villa, M. Castaño-Álvarez
Microchips electrophoresis (ME) in combination with electrochemical detection (ED) can bring a new generation of point-of-care (POC) analysis systems in which would be integrated the main steps of an analytical process.
|DC microelectrode array for cell investigation|
Marisa Rio1 , Sharanya Bola2, Salvatore Girardo3, Richard H. Funk2, Gerald Gerlach1
In order to mimic the endogenous dc electric field that cells experience in vivo, a microelectrode array was designed. Preliminary tests showed biocompatibility and promise to render further understanding of the cellular interaction with DC electric fields.
|A multi-resonances valveless micropump with high fluid transportation efficiency|
Ming-Che Hsieh, Min-Fan Huang, and An-Bang Wang
A multi-resonances valveless micropump equipping with inlet/outlet elastic chambers of intendedly-designed stiffness was successfully realized to solve the low efficiency problem. Besides, a theoretical model based on Hydraulic-electrical-Analogy was also proposed to precisely predict its characteristics of dynamic behavior.
|Dry-mass sensing for microfluidics|
T. Müller, D. A. White, and T. P. J. Knowles
The dry mass of analyte from microchannels is measured by means of spray-drying on an electromechanical sensor with nanogram sensitivity.
|A Microfluidic Device for Detection of Water Contamination from Hydraulic Fracturing|
Leslie J. Loh, Gayan C. Bandara, Christopher A. Heist and Vincent T. Remcho
A paper-based microfluidic device was designed and optimized for the colorimetric detection of bromide in water. This work was developed in response to the waste management challenges and pollution risks of hydraulic fracturing wastewater. This device is suitable for distribution as a field test as it is portable, easy to use, inexpensive and can be packaged to extend shelf life.
|Capillary Electrophoresis Coupled with Micro Free Flow Electrophoresis for High Speed Two Dimensional Separations of Biological Samples|
Alexander C. Johnson, Michael T. Bowser
We propose using micro free flow electrophoresis (µFFE) as a solution to the under sampling problem.
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