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Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 1762: Progress of Inertial Microfluidics in Principle and Application

01-Jun-2018 | Gou, Yixing ; Jia, Yixuan ; Wang, Peng ; Sun, Changku, Sensors, 2018

Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 1762: Progress of Inertial Microfluidics in Principle and Application Sensors doi: 10.3390/s18061762 Authors: Yixing Gou Yixuan Jia Peng Wang Changku Sun Inertial microfluidics has become a popular topic in microfluidics research for its good ...

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Intuitive Label-Free SERS Detection of Bacteria Using Aptamer-Based in Situ Silver Nanoparticles Synthesis

25-Aug-2017 | Weicun Gao; Bo Li; Ruizhi Yao; Zhiping Li; Xiwen Wang; Xiaolin Dong; Han Qu; Qianxue Li; Nan Li; Hang Chi; Bo Zhou; ..., Analytical Chemistry, 2017

The characteristic of an ideal bacteria-detection method should have high sensitivity and specificity, be easy to operate, and not have a time-consuming culture process. In this study, we report a new bacteria-detection strategy that can recognize bacteria quickly and directly by surface-enhanced ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 1719: Advances in Testing Techniques for Digital Microfluidic Biochips

27-Jul-2017 | Shukla, Vineeta ; Hussin, Fawnizu Azmadi; Hamid, Nor Hisham; Zain Ali, Noohul Basheer, Sensors, 2017

Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 1719: Advances in Testing Techniques for Digital Microfluidic Biochips Sensors doi: 10.3390/s17081719 Authors: Vineeta Shukla Fawnizu Hussin Nor Hamid Noohul Zain Ali With the advancement of digital microfluidics technology, applications such as on-chip ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 1158: Development towards Compact Nitrocellulose-Based Interferometric Biochips for Dry Eye MMP9 Label-Free In-Situ Diagnosis

19-May-2017 | Santamaría, Beatriz ; Laguna, María F.; López-Romero, David ; Hernandez, Ana L.; Sanza, Francisco J.; Lavín, Álvaro ..., Sensors, 2017

A novel compact optical biochip based on a thin layer-sensing surface of nitrocellulose is used for in-situ label-free detection of metalloproteinase (MMP9) related to dry eye disease. In this article, a new integrated chip with different interferometric transducers layout with an optimal sensing ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 1078: Efficient Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer between Quantum Dots and Gold Nanoparticles Based on Porous Silicon Photonic Crystal for DNA Detection

10-May-2017 | Zhang, Hongyan ; Lv, Jie ; Jia, Zhenhong, Sensors, 2017

A novel assembled biosensor was prepared for detecting 16S rRNA, a small-size persistent specific for Actinobacteria. The mechanism of the porous silicon (PS) photonic crystal biosensor is based on the fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET) between quantum dots (QDs) and gold nanoparticles ...

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Diagnostics: High Performance, Multiplexed Lung Cancer Biomarker Detection on a Plasmonic Gold Chip (Adv. Funct. Mater. 44/2016)

21-Nov-2016 | Bin Liu, Yaling Li, Hao Wan, Lin Wang, Wei Xu, Shoujun Zhu, Yongye Liang, Bo Zhang, Jiatao Lou, Hongjie Dai, Kun Qian, Advanced Functional Materials, 2016

A plasmonic gold (pGOLD) chip‐based diagnosis of lung cancer is performed through multiplexed near‐infrared detection of biomarkers in patient serum samples. On page 7994, J. Lou, K. Qian, and co‐workers demonstrate that the device offers markedly improved limit‐of‐quantification, ...

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Sensors, Vol. 16, Pages 1931: Nano-Engineered Biomimetic Optical Sensors for Glucose Monitoring in Diabetes

17-Nov-2016 | Rauf, Sajid ; Hayat Nawaz, Muhammad Azhar; Badea, Mihaela ; Marty, Jean Louis; Hayat, Akhtar, Sensors, 2016

Diabetes is a rapidly growing disease that can be monitored at an individual level by controlling the blood glucose level, hence minimizing the negative impact of the disease. Significant research efforts have been focused on the design of novel and improved technologies to overcome the ...

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High Performance, Multiplexed Lung Cancer Biomarker Detection on a Plasmonic Gold Chip

26-Sep-2016 | Bin Liu, Yaling Li, Hao Wan, Lin Wang, Wei Xu, Shoujun Zhu, Yongye Liang, Bo Zhang, Jiatao Lou, Hongjie Dai, Kun Qian, Advanced Functional Materials, 2016

Diagnosis of lung cancer is performed using a plasmonic gold (pGOLD) chip through multiplexed near‐infrared (NIR) detection of carcino‐embryonic antigen (CEA), Cyfra21‐1, and neuron‐specific enolase (NSE) in the serum samples of patients. With ≈50‐fold enhancement of NIR fluorescence, ...

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Peptides@mica: from affinity to adhesion mechanism

17-Aug-2016 | A. Gladytz; T. John; T. Gladytz; R. Hassert; M. Pagel; H. J. Risselada; S. Naumov; A. G. Beck-Sickinger; B. Abel, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2016

Investigating the adsorption of peptides on inorganic surfaces, on the molecular level, is fundamental for medicinal and analytical applications. Peptides can be potent as linkers between surfaces and living cells in biochips or in implantation medicine. Here, we studied the adsorption process of ...

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Ageing properties of polyurethane methacrylate and off‐stoichiometry thiol‐ene polymers after nitrogen and argon plasma treatment

23-Jul-2016 | Tiam Foo Chen, Kim Shyong Siow, Pei Yuen Ng, Mui Hoon Nai, Chwee Teck Lim, Burhanuddin Yeop Majlis, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2016

ABSTRACT Proprietary mixture of polyurethane methacrylate (PUMA) and off‐stoichiometry thiol‐ene (OSTE‐80) are evaluated as two possible polymeric substrates to prototype microfluidic biochips. Because of their lack of biocompatibility, PUMA and OSTE‐80 are modified by argon (Ar) or nitrogen ...

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