Microfluidic immunosensor systems.

@article{Bange2005MicrofluidicIS,
  title={Microfluidic immunosensor systems.},
  author={Adam Bange and H. Brian Halsall and William R Heineman},
  journal={Biosensors & bioelectronics},
  year={2005},
  volume={20 12},
  pages={2488-503}
}
Immunosensing microfluidic devices are reviewed. Devices are commonly fabricated in glass, silicon, and polymers, with polymers seeing greater attention in recent years. Methods have been developed to immobilize antibodies and other molecules and resist non-specific adsorption through surface modification. The most common detection method is fluorescence, followed by electrochemistry. Various microfluidic designs have been reported for immunoassay applications. The observed trends in… CONTINUE READING

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