Preliminary studies on LTCC based PCR microreactor

@article{Bembnowicz2010PreliminarySO,
  title={Preliminary studies on LTCC based PCR microreactor},
  author={P. Bembnowicz and M. Małodobra and W. Kubicki and P. Szczepańska and A. G{\'o}recka-Drzazga and J. Dziuban and A. Jonkisz and Anna Karpiewska and T. Dobosz and L. Golonka},
  journal={Sensors and Actuators B-chemical},
  year={2010},
  volume={150},
  pages={715-721}
}
Abstract The article presents preliminary investigation on the LTCC (Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramics) chip with an integrated optical element. The structure is dedicated for DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) amplification and measurements. LTCC processing by laser pattering and machine cutting are analysed and compared. An external temperature management system for the LTCC chip and an optical DNA concentration measurement system compatible with the ceramic structure are described. The discussion… Expand
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