Aquacore: a programmable architecture for microfluidics

@inproceedings{Amin2007AquacoreAP,
  title={Aquacore: a programmable architecture for microfluidics},
  author={Ahmed M. Amin and Mithuna Thottethodi and T. N. Vijaykumar and Steven Wereley and Stephen C. Jacobson},
  booktitle={ISCA},
  year={2007}
}
Advances in microfluidic research has enabled lab-on-a-chip (LoC) technology to achieve miniaturization and integration of biological and chemical analyses to a single chip comprising channels, valves, mixers, heaters, separators, and sensors. These miniature instruments appear to offer the rare combination of faster, cheaper, and higher-precision analyses in comparison to conventional bench-scale methods. LoCs have been applied to diverse domains such as proteomics, genomics, biochemistry… CONTINUE READING
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