Thursday, November 20, 2008: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Salon K (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

General Topics and Other Methods (02h)

#606 - Microdevices in Separations (02H02)
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:Amy E. Herr
Cochairs:Anup K. Singh
Robert J. Meagher
8:30 AMThree Dimensional, Nanoporous and Mobile Containers for Size Selective Sampling
Christina Randall, Aubri Gillespie, Siddarth Singh, Timothy Leong, David H. Gracias
8:55 AMOctanol-Water Partitioning Coefficient Measurements in Picoliter Drops Using a Segmented Flow Microfluidic Device
Nathan A. Marine, Steven A. Klein, Jonathan D. Posner
9:20 AMBioparticle Manipulation with Insulator-Based Dielectrophoresis
Blanca H. Lapizco-Encinas
9:45 AMField Effect Transistor Flow Control and Separation of Proteins in Nanofluidic Device
Youn-Jin Oh, Danny Bottenus, Cornelius F. Ivory, Sang M. Han
10:10 AMSelective Extraction of Recombinant Proteins by Multiple-Affinity Two-Phase Partitioning in Microchannels
Robert J. Meagher, Yooli K. Light, Anup K. Singh

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