Ultrafast differential ion mobility spectrometry at extreme electric fields in multichannel microchips. (1/106)

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Enzyme-release capillary as a facile enzymatic biosensing part for a capillary-assembled microchip. (2/106)

A simple capillary enzymatic biosensor was developed. This was prepared by simply coating a dissolvable membrane containing enzyme/s on the inner wall of a square glass capillary. An easy measurement was carried out by capillary force sample introduction with concurrent enzyme release and a reaction with a certain substrate. Enzyme-release capillary (ERC) biosensors showed long-term storage stability of at least two weeks for a beta-galactoside derivative and glucose. Moreover, this could be integrated on a capillary-assembled microchip (CAs-CHIP) to broaden its multiple analyte sensing potential for clinical diagnostic applications.  (+info)

High-sensitivity microfluidic calorimeters for biological and chemical applications. (3/106)

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High-throughput flow alignment of barcoded hydrogel microparticles. (4/106)

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Microfluidic pneumatic logic circuits and digital pneumatic microprocessors for integrated microfluidic systems. (5/106)

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Polymer microchip CE of proteins either off- or on-chip labeled with chameleon dye for simplified analysis. (6/106)

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Localized heating on silicon field effect transistors: device fabrication and temperature measurements in fluid. (7/106)

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On-chip activation and subsequent detection of individual antigen-specific T cells. (8/106)

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