Thursday, November 16, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Union Square 19 & 20 (Hilton San Francisco)
#533 - Biomems and Microfluidics: Proteome Analysis (T3006)
Microfluidic technology holds the promise of enabling novel, more efficient, and higher throughput proteomic and genomic analyses in a low-power portable format. As products based on microfluidics are introduced commercially, the promise is becoming a reality. This session seeks papers on chip-based novel methods for proteomic analysis including sample preparation, electrokinetic approaches in 1D and 2D, and microfluidic interfaces with downstream analytical instrumentation (e.g. electrospray mass spectrometry).
Chair:Amy E. Herr
CoChair:Rajiv Bharadwaj
12:30 PMFabrication, Optimization, and Application of a Micro-Free Flow Electrophoresis Microfluidic Chip
Bryan R. Fonslow, Michael T. Bowser
12:55 PMMicrofluidic Chemical Cytometry Based on Modulation of Local Field Strength
Hsiang-Yu Wang, Chang Lu
1:20 PMA Self-Contained Solid-State Micro-Valve for Electrokinetic Separations in a Networked Microfluidic Chip
Huanchun Cui, Zheng Huang, Prashanta Dutta, Cornelius F. Ivory
1:45 PMEffect of Channel Morphology on Electrophoretic Transport
Rodrigo Hidalgo, Mario A. Oyanader, Pedro E. Arce
2:10 PMTwo Dimensional Simulation of Nonlinear Electrophoresis of Proteins and Experimental Demonstration in a Microfluidic Chip
Huanchun Cui, Prashanta Dutta, Cornelius F. Ivory
2:35 PMRapid Assessment of Markers in Serum Using Biomems ELISA
Robert T. Larsen, Richard I. Masel

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