Towards an Integrated Microdevice for Liquid Dna Extraction and Amplification Applicable to Forensic Dna Analysis


Historically, most microfluidic devices for genetic analysis have been fabricated in glass, a substrate that is costly and, if not regenerated properly between analyses, can have problems with cross-contamination. The use of polymeric substrates, such as poly(methylmethacrylate) (PMMA), allows for simplified fabrication with the possibility for inexpensive… (More)


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