LPL28: Microfluidic-Based Two-Dimensional Protein Chip


Demonstration of a microfluidic device at a size of 3”x3” for two-dimensional separation of proteins. The goal is to provide a better tool for proteomics research with faster turnaround time, less reagent consumption, less bio-waste production, as well as better resolution to distinguish similar biomolecules.

Project end date: 08/30/04

Publication date: 
February 9, 2004
Publication type: 
BSAC Project Materials (Final/Archive)
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