4 microfluidics magnetic beads c futterer 23 09 2006 why traditional instruments are unsufficient o complexity 100000 genes and more than 106 proteins in human body. A brief introduction to microfabrication techniques is given in chap vi and the book concludes by providing a few examples of microfluidic systems introduction to microfluidics is written in a simple direct pedagogical way it emphasizes concepts and understanding rather than technical detail. Microfluidics deals with fluids flowing in miniaturized systems it is a young discipline which is expected to substantially expand over the next few years stimulated by the considerable development of applications in the pharmaceutical biomedical and chemical engineering domains the book is an introduction to this discipline in the first chapter it presents a short historical background . Microfluidic and lab on a chip devices 36 microfluidic devices closed chips continuous flow droplet based digital microfluidics open chips microfluidic probes mfp micro arrays external pressure capillary effect electrokinetic mechanisms electrowetting on dielectirc surface acoustic waves optoelectrowetting ink jet printing pin printing. Her microfluidic roots are based in hui lab at uc irvine where she developed microfluidic digital logic circuits for on chip automation of lab processes which let to multiple publications presentations and a national award she is involved in multiple conferences and technical committees in field of microfluidics
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