26 February 2008 Advances in the fabrication of surface modified microfluidic devices in nonfluorescing UV cured materials
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The challenge in manufacturing disposable bio micro-fluidic devices centers on making complex structures with controlled wetting and adhesion characteristics that can be used with fluorescence detection at a very low cost of < $1 a part. We will report on a new low fluorescence UV curable material that can be patterned in the Contact Liquid Photolithographic Polymerization (CLiPP) process developed at U Colorado.
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M. P. C. Watts, M. P. C. Watts, N. Cramer, N. Cramer, R. Sebra, R. Sebra, H. Simms, H. Simms, K. Masters, K. Masters, T. Haraldsson, T. Haraldsson, K. Anseth, K. Anseth, C. Bowman, C. Bowman, } "Advances in the fabrication of surface modified microfluidic devices in nonfluorescing UV cured materials", Proc. SPIE 6882, Micromachining and Microfabrication Process Technology XIII, 688203 (26 February 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.758755; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.758755
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