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Self-contained, biomolecular motor-driven protein sorting and concentrating in an ultrasensitive microfluidic chip.
We developed a molecular sorter that operates without external power or control by integrating the microtubule-based, biological motor kinesin into a microfluidic channel network to sort, transport,… Expand
Highly efficient guiding of microtubule transport with imprinted CYTOP nanotracks.
Indoor Location Estimation Using Smart Antenna System
- Shiann-Tsong Sheu, Ming-Tse Kao, Y. Hsu, Yen-Chieh Cheng
- Computer Science
- IEEE 78th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC…
- 23 July 2012
This paper provides a novel indoor positioning solution using the multi-antennas architecture to increase the accuracy of location estimation. Expand
Active alignment of microtubules with electric fields.
The direction of translocation of microtubules on a surface coated with kinesin is usually random. Here we demonstrate and quantify the rate at which externally applied electric fields can direct… Expand
Efficient designs for powering microscale devices with nanoscale biomolecular motors.
- Chih-Ting Lin, Ming-Tse Kao, K. Kurabayashi, E. Meyhöfer
- Materials Science, Medicine
- 1 February 2006
Current MEMS and microfluidic designs require external power sources and actuators, which principally limit such technology. To overcome these limitations, we have developed a number of microfluidic… Expand
Biomolecular motor-driven molecular sorter.
- Taesung Kim, L. Cheng, Ming-Tse Kao, E. Hasselbrink, L. Guo, E. Meyhöfer
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Lab on a chip
- 7 May 2009
We have developed a novel, microfabricated, stand-alone microfluidic device that can efficiently sort and concentrate (bio-)analyte molecules by using kinesin motors and microtubules as a… Expand
Nanomechanical model of microtubule translocation in the presence of electric fields.
- Taesung Kim, Ming-Tse Kao, E. Hasselbrink, E. Meyhöfer
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biophysical journal
- 15 May 2008
Research efforts in recent years have been directed toward actively controlling the direction of translocation of microtubules on a kinesin-coated glass surface with E-fields (electric fields),… Expand