Future trends in diagnosis using laboratory-on-a-chip technologies.

  title={Future trends in diagnosis using laboratory-on-a-chip technologies.},
  author={Mark Talary and Julian P H Burt and Ronald Pethig},
  volume={117 Suppl},
There has been an enormous growth in the development of biotechnological applications, where advances in the techniques of microelectronic fabrication and the technologies of miniaturization and integration in semiconductor industries are being applied to the production of Laboratory-on-a-Chip devices. The aim of this development is to create devices that will perform the same processes that are currently carried out in the laboratory in reduced timescales, at a lower cost, requiring less… CONTINUE READING