Lingqian Zhang

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Non-specific adsorption (NSA) of proteins on surface is a critical issue in polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS)-based microfluidics, which may either considerably decrease the efficiency of a continuous flow reaction or cause a large background noise in a heterogeneous sensing. This work introduced a new method to restrain NSA of protein by caulking PDMS with(More)
Surface functionalization of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) is important in developing high-performance microfluidic devices. This work applied the thermal chemical vapor deposition (t-CVD) of Parylene-C onto PDMS to caulk the molecular network while retaining the original surface properties for the oxygen plasma bonding. The very low deposition rates (for(More)
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