387 Electrokinetics and Microfluidics for Biomolecular Analysis

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Embarcadero (Parc 55 San Francisco)
Description:
Remarkable progress has been made in the fabrication of micro/nanoscale devices for the manipulation and detection of organisms and biomolecules. This session focuses on integration and detection aspects related to the emerging concept of a ‘chip-in-a-lab’ as well as the more established ‘lab-on-a-chip’ systems includeing (but not limited to) platforms for uni/multicellular analysis, immunosensors, electrochemical sensors, and other spectroscopic and separation tools in a microchip format. We are particularly interested in papers dealing with micro/nanoscale systems and issues related to biochemistry, cellular, and systems biology. Experimental and theoretical contributions are welcome. In the submission, clearly state the problem, motivation, and results.

Sponsor:
2016 Annual Meeting of the AES Electrophoresis Society

Chair:
Zachary R. Gagnon
Email: zgagnon1@jhmi.edu

Co-Chair:
Sagnik Basuray
Email: sagnik.basuray@njit.edu


1:00 PM
(387a) Non-Optical Biomolecular Detection in Human Serum Using Interfacial Electrokinetic Transduction
Nicholas Mavrogiannis, Francesca Crivellari and Zachary R. Gagnon

1:15 PM
(387b) A Membraneless Microfluidic Architecture for Continuous Separation of Particles and Cells
Byung-Hee Choi, Jen-Huang Huang, Aashish Priye, Bryan Presley, Hung-Jen Wu, Arul Jayaraman and Victor M. Ugaz

1:30 PM
(387c) Detecting Autologous Blood Transfusions Using Dielectrophoretic Spectroscopy
Francesca Crivellari, Nicholas Mavrogiannis and Zachary R. Gagnon

1:45 PM
(387d) Long-Read DNA Separations Using Micelle-Elfse in Microchip Electrophoresis
Randall Gamble, Lingxiao Yan, Ruohui Zheng and James W. Schneider

2:30 PM