Microfluidics for the Rapid Detection of Pathogens Using Giant Magnetoresistance Sensors

@article{Kokkinis2014MicrofluidicsFT,
  title={Microfluidics for the Rapid Detection of Pathogens Using Giant Magnetoresistance Sensors},
  author={Georgios Kokkinis and Susana Cardoso and Filipe Arroyo Cardoso and Ioanna Giouroudi},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Magnetics},
  year={2014},
  volume={50},
  pages={1-4}
}
This paper presents an integrated solution toward an on-chip microfluidic diagnostic system using the magnetically induced motion of functionalized magnetic microparticles (MPs) in combination with giant magnetoresistance (GMR) sensors. The innovative aspect of the proposed method is that the induced velocity on MPs in suspension, while imposed to a magnetic field gradient, is inversely proportional to their volume. Specifically, a velocity variation of suspended functionalized MPs inside a… CONTINUE READING

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