23 February 2009 Integration of a bioMEMS device into a disposable microfluidic cartridge for medical diagnostics
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A microfluidic system for cancer diagnostics based around a core MEMS biosensor technology is presented in this paper. The principle of the MEMS biosensor is introduced and the functionalisation strategy for cancer marker recognition is described. In addition, the successful packaging and integration of functional MEMS biosensor devices are reported herein. This ongoing work represents one of the first hybrid systems to integrate a PCB packaged silicon MEMS device into a disposable microfluidic cartridge.
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Pedro Ortiz, Pedro Ortiz, Neil Keegan, Neil Keegan, Julia Spoors, Julia Spoors, John Hedley, John Hedley, Alun Harris, Alun Harris, Jim Burdess, Jim Burdess, Richard Burnett, Richard Burnett, Thomas Velten, Thomas Velten, Margit Biehl, Margit Biehl, Thorsten Knoll, Thorsten Knoll, Werner Haberer, Werner Haberer, Matthew Solomon, Matthew Solomon, Andrew Campitelli, Andrew Campitelli, Calum McNeil, Calum McNeil, "Integration of a bioMEMS device into a disposable microfluidic cartridge for medical diagnostics", Proc. SPIE 7207, Microfluidics, BioMEMS, and Medical Microsystems VII, 72070D (23 February 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.807944; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.807944


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