Rupam Bhattacharjee

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Digital micro fluidic biochips (DMFB) represent a new generation lab-on-a-chip architecture based upon micromanipulation of droplets via a programmed external electric field by an individually addressable 2D electrode array. DMFBs are classified as: Direct addressing and Cross-referencing biochips. Cross-referencing biochip technology scales down the number(More)
Digital microfluidic systems in recent years have been developed as an alternative platform for execution of multiple conventional laboratory methods simultaneously on a single planar 2D array of electrodes targeted for biochemical analysis and biomedical applications. Due to its discrete nature droplets can be manipulated through multiple reconfigurable(More)
The recent advances in microfluidic technology have resulted in the emergence of commercially successful lab-on-chip systems that manifested as applicable devices in the wide range of areas e.g. high-throughput DNA sequencing, immunoassays and clinical chemistry, environmental toxicity monitoring and point of- care diagnosis of diseases. The current(More)
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