Miniaturized detection technology in molecular diagnostics.

@article{Kricka2005MiniaturizedDT,
  title={Miniaturized detection technology in molecular diagnostics.},
  author={Larry J. Kricka and Jason J. Y. Park and Sam F.-Y. Li and Paolo M Fortina},
  journal={Expert review of molecular diagnostics},
  year={2005},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={549-59}
}
Miniaturization of genetic tests represents the convergence of molecular biology and engineering and is leading to a new class of small analyzers and test systems for genetic testing with improved analytical characteristics. Miniaturization initially focused on devices that contained micrometer-sized features designed for a particular analytical purpose (e.g., filters for cell isolation and chips for capillary electrophoresis). Now, the focus is shifting to analytical applications based on nano… CONTINUE READING

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