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|Title:||ChipCE (TM) : a silicon microsystem for migration, separation and detection of DNA|
|Citation:||MEMS-03: IEEE THE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO ELECTRO MECHANICAL SYSTEMS,427-430|
|Abstract:||Hand held point-of-care systems for clinical diagnostics provide an interdisciplinary frontier that has the potential to transform the way diagnosis is done today. Ability to migrate, fractionate and detect charged bio-objects in a completely portable microsystem is a vital component of these hand held point of care systems . These capabilities have been built into a free solution capillary electrophoresis (FSCE) system with on-chip electrical detection. This work reports the principles, fabricated structure, measurement approach and the results obtained for a new schema for on-chip capillary electrophoresis realized in a system that we call the ChipCE(TM).|
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