Precision chemical heating for diagnostic devices.

Abstract

Decoupling nucleic acid amplification assays from infrastructure requirements such as grid electricity is critical for providing effective diagnosis and treatment at the point of care in low-resource settings. Here, we outline a complete strategy for the design of electricity-free precision heaters compatible with medical diagnostic applications requiring… (More)
DOI: 10.1039/c5lc01053e

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@article{Buser2015PrecisionCH, title={Precision chemical heating for diagnostic devices.}, author={Joshua R. Buser and Sarah M. Diesburg and Jered Singleton and Dylan Guelig and Joshua D. Bishop and Chris Zentner and Rodney Burton and Paul LaBarre and Paul Yager and Bernhard Weigl}, journal={Lab on a chip}, year={2015}, volume={15 23}, pages={4423-32} }