Development of Portable Sample-In-Answer-Out Microfluidic Systems for On-Site Analyte Detection

Shannon Krauss
Microfluidic devices used in the field, whether for clinical or forensic applications, offer many advantages for translating conventional instrumentation to a portable, field-deployable platform. The scaled-down size of these devices offer advantages for rapid analysis, low cost substrates and instrumentation, low reagent and sample consumption, automated sample processing, and simple operating procedures. A core requirement of field technology is that the analysis technique can be performed independently of a centralized facility. To address this requirement,...
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