|Laser Welded Microfluidic Plasma Seperation Unit with On-Chip Pressure Conversion|
Thomas Brettschneider, Christian Dorrer, Roland Zengerle and Martina Daub
This poster shows how microfluidic components for the separation of plasma from full blood can be cost-effective, with reliable processing and the production of quality plasma.
|One Pot Method for the Simultaneous Synthesis and Anchoring of Organic Monolith Inside COC Microchip Channel|
Y. Ladner, A. Bruchet, V. Dugas, J. Randon, G. Crétier, K. Faure
Study shows monolith synthesis in COC microchip, including: the influence of BME concentration on performances; the separations of primary amines.
|Nanoliter Volume Pin Tool Transfers as Measured by a Dual-Dye Absorbance Method|
Duong T. Chau; Patrick H. Cleveland, Ph.D. (V & P Scientific); John Thomas Bradshaw, Ph.D. (ARTEL)
This poster compares the volumes of sample solutions delivered by an array of stainless steel and hydrophobic-coated pins as measured by a fluorescent-dye approach versus a dual-dye absorbance approach.
|SFC Fluidics Microfluidic ePump Technology Ideal for Point of Care Diagnostics|
Forrest Payne Champak Das and Guochun Wang
True Point of Care medical devices place unique demand on micropump characteristics. SFC Fluidics ePump is an innovative electrochemical pumping system that is different from other microfluidic pumps.
|Magnetohydrodynamic Based Circular Liquid Chromatography On Chip|
Champak Das Guochun Wang and Forrest Payne
This poster demonstrates cyclic liquid chromatography on chip and shows how this can be used in other closed loop applications.
|Novel Valve Designs in a Completely Sealed Microfluidic System|
Two one time use valve strategies have been successfully demonstrated in a completely sealed assay chip. They were also shown to be feasible for on chip reagent storage.
|Electrochemical Microfluidic Biosensor for E.coli Detection|
Mohammadali Safavieh, Minhaz Uddin Ahmed, and Mohammed Zourob
Microfluidic electrochemical biosensor based on Loop-mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) was developed for detection and quantification of E.coli. The electrochemical detection was achieved using Hoechst 33258 redox molecule and linear sweep voltametry (LSV). Here, we detect and quantify 48 CFU/ml of bacteria in 35 min in LB media and urine samples. This microfluidic chip has great potential to be used as a point of care diagnostic (POC) device for clinical application.
|Aptamer-based protein biochip with a SPAD array time-resolved detection|
L. Pasquardini1, L. Pancheri1, E. Morganti1, L. Lunelli1, C. Collini1, L. Lorenzelli1, D. Stoppa1, E. Buselli2, A. Menciassi2, C. Pederzolli1
In this work a silicon biochip based on a matrix of transparent micro-reactor sites coupled with a linear SPAD (Single-Photon Avalanche Diode) detector array for detecting traces of proteins in biological fluids is presented. A microfluidic layer of PDMS containing a peristaltic pump was implemented. The biofunctional layer for the detection of target proteins is based on a dual-site binding strategy employing DNA aptamers.
|Optical Microchip Sensors for Multiplexed Detection of Biological Pathogens|
D. Bhatta, A. Michel, M. Marti Villalba, G. D. Emmerson, I. J. G Sparrow, M. B. McDonnell, E. A. Perkins , R. W. Ely and G. A. Cartwright
SpectroSens, a multi-channel optical microchip sensor system suitable for rapid, label-free multiplexed detection of a wide range of bio-hazardous agents is presented. Optical chips containing multiple high-precision planar Bragg gratings are exploited as low-cost, robust refractive index sensors.