Diffusion-based analysis of molecular interactions in microfluidic devices

@article{Hatch2004DiffusionbasedAO,
  title={Diffusion-based analysis of molecular interactions in microfluidic devices},
  author={Anson Hatch and Elena Garcia and Paul Yager},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={2004},
  volume={92},
  pages={126-139}
}
The study of molecular interactions in biological fluids is important as a research tool to elucidate molecular and biological function, for discovering or designing molecules that have a desirable function, and for measuring or detecting analytes for clinical diagnostic purposes. Microfluidics is an emerging technology that has proven useful for studying and controlling molecular interactions with the potential advantages of reduced sample and reagent volumes, short reaction times, portable… CONTINUE READING

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