Advancement of microfabrication technology in the past few decades has enabled miniaturization and large-scale integration of complex systems. One such example is the microfluidic lab-on-a-chip (LOC). Microfluidic technology promises to automate macroscale, benchtop laboratory protocols and encapsulate them in low cost, portable systems. These systems benefit from reduced consumption of expensive reagents, precise manipulation of volumes of fluid as small as a few picoliters, batch fabrication, and the ability to analyze a sample closer to the length-scale of the subjects of interest (e.g., cells, protein, DNA). LOCs have the potential to dramatically change the way biochemical analysis is performed for clinical diagnostics, environmental monitoring, pharmaceutical drug discovery, and chemical synthesis.The circuit diagram is shown in Figure A.l and the corresponding PCB layout is shown in Figure A.2. ... TAJA106K016R AVX DigiKey, 478-1655-1-ND C6, C7 |l.6 ohm Resistor, 5%, 1206 SMD, ERJ-8GEYJ1R6V Panasonic - ECG DigiKey, P1. 6ECT-ND R1 ... 5 V, ADM202JRN Analog Devices DigiKey, ADM202JRN-ND U2 Dual OP Amp, rail-to-rail, single 5 V, 30 mA, SOIC, kD8572AR^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^ ^^anbsp;...
|Title||:||Design and Development of a Portable Microfluidic System for Medical Diagnostics|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|