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- Buser, Joshua R.; Byrnes, Samantha A.; Anderson, Caitlin E.; Howell, Arielle J.; Kauffman, Peter C.; Bishop, Joshua D.; Wheeler, Maxwell H.; Kumar, Sujatha; Yager, Paul
- Analytical methods 2019 v.11 no.3 pp. 336-345
- microfluidic technology, etc ; DNA; analytical methods; automation; blood; chemical treatment; equipment; immunoassays; nontarget organisms; nose; paper; point-of-care testing; porous media; urine; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Paper-microfluidic devices are becoming more common due to their ability to automate diagnostic assays at low cost. Increasingly, paper-microfluidic devices automate more complex, multi-step assays, with the aim of bringing these assays out of the laboratory to the point-of-care. However, some common assay procedures have resisted easy automation by paper-microfluidic devices. Sample preparation p ...
- Zhou, Wenhan
- Analytical methods 2018 v.10 no.29 pp. 3690-3695
- microfluidic technology, etc ; DNA; analytical methods; antigen-antibody reactions; antigens; blood serum; droplets; humans; immunoassays; magnetic fields; models; polymerase chain reaction; prostate-specific antigen; proteins; washing; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Immuno-PCR (IPCR) is an immunoassay that employs DNA as the signal generator and utilizes both the versatility of antigen–antibody interactions and the exponential amplification power of PCR. Droplet-based digital PCR (ddPCR) is the third and latest generation of PCR technology, and the integration of ddPCR into IPCR will hopefully enable the absolute quantification and highly sensitive detection ...