Deborah Decrop

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Digital microfluidics has emerged in the last years as a promising liquid handling technology for a variety of applications. Here, we describe in detail how to build up an electrowetting-on-dielectric-based digital microfluidic chip with unique advantages for performing single-molecule detection. We illustrate how superparamagnetic particles can be printed(More)
The detection of single molecules in magnetic microbead microwell array formats revolutionized the development of digital bioassays. However, retrieval of individual magnetic beads from these arrays has not been realized until now despite having great potential for studying captured targets at the individual level. In this paper, optical tweezers were(More)
Flu is caused by the influenza virus that, due to mutations, keeps our body vulnerable for infections, making early diagnosis essential. Although immuno-based diagnostic tests are available, they have low sensitivity and reproducibility. In this paper, the prospect of detecting influenza A virus using digital ELISA has been studied. To appropriately select(More)
Bead-based microwell array technology is growing as an ultrasensitive analysis tool as exemplified by the successful commercial applications from Illumina and Quanterix for nucleic acid analysis and ultrasensitive protein measurements, respectively. High-efficiency seeding of magnetic beads is key for these applications and is enhanced by(More)
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