Electrokinetically controlled microfluidic analysis systems.

@article{Bousse2000ElectrokineticallyCM,
  title={Electrokinetically controlled microfluidic analysis systems.},
  author={Luc J. Bousse and Choua Cohen and Theo T. Nikiforov and Andrea Chow and Anne R. Kopf-Sill and Robert S. Dubrow and John Wallace Parce},
  journal={Annual review of biophysics and biomolecular structure},
  year={2000},
  volume={29},
  pages={
          155-81
        }
}
Electrokinetic forces are emerging as a powerful means to drive microfluidic systems with flow channel cross-sectional dimensions in the tens of micrometers and flow rates in the nanoliter per second range. These systems provide many advantages such as improved analysis speed, improved reproducibility, greatly reduced reagent consumption, and the ability to perform multiple operations in an integrated fashion. Planar microfabrication methods are used to make these analysis chips in materials… CONTINUE READING

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