Monday, November 13, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Mason (Hilton San Francisco)
#142 - Microdevices in Separations (02H00)
Miniaturized analytical-scale separation systems offer many advantages over conventional techniques such as rapid analysis, consumption of significanly smaller amounts of samples and reagents, and potential for integration and automation. This session invites papers on application of miniaturized systems in R&D and commercial fields including drug discovery, clinical diagnostics, genomics, proteomics, and homeland security.
Chair:Anup K. Singh
CoChair:Stephen M. Ritchie
3:15 PMMicrofluidic Device for Nucleic Acid Purification Based on Surface Adsorption to Colloidal Silica
Tyson Poeckh, Ronald G. Larson, Michael J. Solomon
3:40 PMMiniaturized Hydraulic Pumps with Nanofluidic Structures for Microchip Liquid Chromatographic Devices
Debashis Dutta, J. Michael Ramsey
4:05 PMMagnetic Particle Sorting in Microfluidic Devices Fabricated Via Femtosecond Laser Ablation with Surface Modification
Lawrence Burr Zimmerman, Hae Woon Choi, Jeffrey J. Chalmers, Ly James Lee, David Farson
4:30 PMOn-Chip High Speed Gas Chromatograph (Gc) with Carbon Nanotube Sensors
Adarsh D. Radadia, Mark A. Shannon, Keith Cadwallader, Michael S. Strano, Richard I. Masel
4:55 PMMicrodevices for the Demonstration of Active Transport through Liquid Crystalline Membranes
Stephen M. Martin, T. Alan Hatton
5:20 PMMicrofluidic Device for Continuous Particle Separation Using Hydrodynamic Filtration
Minoru Seki, Masumi Yamada

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