Protein immobilization techniques for microfluidic assays.

@article{Kim2013ProteinIT,
  title={Protein immobilization techniques for microfluidic assays.},
  author={Dohyun Kim and Amy E Herr},
  journal={Biomicrofluidics},
  year={2013},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={41501}
}
Microfluidic systems have shown unequivocal performance improvements over conventional bench-top assays across a range of performance metrics. For example, specific advances have been made in reagent consumption, throughput, integration of multiple assay steps, assay automation, and multiplexing capability. For heterogeneous systems, controlled immobilization of reactants is essential for reliable, sensitive detection of analytes. In most cases, protein immobilization densities are maximized… CONTINUE READING

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