387 Electrokinetics and Microfluidics for Biomolecular Analysis

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Embarcadero (Parc 55 San Francisco)
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.

2016 Annual Meeting of the AES Electrophoresis Society

Zachary R. Gagnon
Email: zgagnon1@jhmi.edu

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