Label-free, rapid detection of biomolecules in microliter volumes of highly diluted solutions (sub-femtomolar) is of essential importance for numerous applications in medical diagnostics, food safety, and chem-bio sensing for homeland security. At ultra-low concentrations, regardless of the sensitivity of the detection approach, the sensor response time is… (More)
Correction for 'Non-faradaic impedance characterization of an evaporating droplet for microfluidic and biosensing applications' by Piyush Dak et al., Lab Chip, 2014, 14, 2469-2479.
Low cost, portable sensors can transform health care by bringing easily available diagnostic devices to low and middle income population, particularly in developing countries. Sample preparation, analyte handling and labeling are primary cost concerns for traditional lab-based diagnostic systems. Lab-on-a-chip (LoC) platforms based on droplet-based… (More)