Development of an integrated microfluidic platform for dynamic oxygen sensing and delivery in a flowing medium.

@article{Vollmer2005DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of an integrated microfluidic platform for dynamic oxygen sensing and delivery in a flowing medium.},
  author={Adam P. Vollmer and Ronald F. Probstein and Richard G. Gilbert and Todd Thorsen},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  year={2005},
  volume={5 10},
  pages={
          1059-66
        }
}
This paper describes a platform for real-time sensing of dissolved oxygen in a flowing microfluidic environment using an oxygen-sensitive luminescent dye (platinum octaethylporphyrin ketone) integrated into a micro-oxygenator device. Using a phase-based detection method, the luminescent decay lifetime of the dye was consistent with the linear Stern-Volmer relationship using both gaseous and aqueous samples. Maximum sensor resolution varied between 120-780 ppb across a range of dissolved oxygen… CONTINUE READING

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