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《Journal of Molecular Diagnostics and Therapy》 2018-05
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Applications of microfluidic technology in clinical diagnosis

SHEN Ren;WAN Liang;JIA Yanwei;State Key Laboratory of Analog and Mixed Signal VLSI,University of Macau;  
Microfluidics is a technology which has been rapidly developed in the past two or three decades to control tiny amounts of liquid. A large number of actuation forces can be used to activate the movement of fluids such as pressure pumps or valves,mechanic devices,electrical controlling system,optical forces and acoustic forces.When applied in biomedical field,microfluidics can reduce the consumption of sample and reagents and the reaction time,minimize the footprint of diagnostic devices.Also this technique is compatible with automated control system with the potential to form"lab-on-a-chip"platform by integrating a series of biological and chemical reactions for a complete analysis. In this review, the basic concepts in microfluidics,the applications of microfluidic chips in clinical diagnosis and its future prospect and challenges will be summarized.
【Fund】: 澳门科学技术发展基金项目(FDCT 110/2016/A3);; 澳门大学校内资助项目(MYRG 2017-00022-AMSV SRG2016-00072-AMSV)
【CateGory Index】: R446.1
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