9 December 2016 Modular Optofluidic Systems (MOPS)
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Abstract
Elementary PDMS-based building blocks of fluidic, optical and optofluidic components for Lab on a chip (LOC) platforms has here been developed. All individual modules are compatible and can be anchored and released with the help of puzzle-type connectors This approach is a powerful toolbox to create modular optofluidic systems (MOPS), which can be modified/upgraded to user needs and in-situ reconfigurable. In addition, the PDMS can locally be functionalized, defining a modular biosensor. Measurements in absorbance and fluorescence have been pursued as demonstrator.
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Tobias N. Ackermann, Tobias N. Ackermann, Jiri Dietvorst, Jiri Dietvorst, Ana Sanchis, Ana Sanchis, Juan P. Salvador, Juan P. Salvador, Xavier Munoz-Berbel, Xavier Munoz-Berbel, Erica Alvarez-Conde, Erica Alvarez-Conde, Daniel Kopp, Daniel Kopp, Hans Zappe, Hans Zappe, M.- Pilar Marco, M.- Pilar Marco, Andreu Llobera, Andreu Llobera, } "Modular Optofluidic Systems (MOPS)", Proc. SPIE 10013, SPIE BioPhotonics Australasia, 100131C (9 December 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2242997; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2242997
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