A new USP Class VI-compliant substrate for manufacturing disposable microfluidic devices.

@article{Kuo2009ANU,
  title={A new USP Class VI-compliant substrate for manufacturing disposable microfluidic devices.},
  author={Jason S. Kuo and Laiying Ng and Gloria S Yen and Robert Meyer Lorenz and Perry G Schiro and John Scott Edgar and Yongxi Zhao and David S.W. Lim and Peter B. Allen and Gavin D. M. Jeffries and Daniel T Chiu},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 7},
  pages={870-6}
}
As microfluidic systems transition from research tools to disposable clinical-diagnostic devices, new substrate materials are needed to meet both the regulatory requirement as well as the economics of disposable devices. This paper introduces a UV-curable polyurethane-methacrylate (PUMA) substrate that has been qualified for medical use and meets all of the… CONTINUE READING