Xiran Jiang

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Airborne Mycobacterium tuberculosis is the main source of tuberculosis infection, which is known as one of the worldwide infectious diseases. Direct capture and analysis of airborne Mycobacterium tuberculosis is essential for disease prevention and control. At present, low concentration of pathogens directly collected from the air is the major drawback for(More)
Rapid analysis of airborne pathogens plays a critical role in early warning of spreading infectious diseases, which is essential for public health and disease prevention. Herein we report an integrated microfluidic device that can perform airborne pathogen capture, enrichment and continuous-flow high-throughput gene analysis. The device was validated by six(More)
In this study we developed a microfluidic chip for the rapid capture, enrichment and detection of airborne Staphylococcus (S.) aureus. The whole analysis took about 4 h and 40 min from airborne sample collection to loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP), with a detection limit down to about 27 cells. The process did not require DNA purification. The(More)
Rapid identification of clinical pathogens is the initial and essential step for antimicrobial therapy. Herein, we successfully developed a microfluidic device which combines high-throughput continuous-flow PCR and DNA hybridization for the detection of various bacterial pathogens. Universal primers were designed based on the conserved regions of bacterial(More)
Rapid and high-throughput analytical techniques for IgE that requires a small serum amount are very important, especially for pediatric patients. In these patients, blood is collected from veins, which is painful compared to fingertip blood collection. Herein, a novel microfluidic system capable of high-throughput parallel analyses of allergen-specific IgE(More)
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