A Programmable and Configurable Multi-Port System-on-Chip for Stimulating Electrokinetically-Driven Microfluidic Devices

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Provided by: University of Texas at Arlington
Topic: Hardware
Format: PDF
Recent research has demonstrated the use of microfluidic devices and electro-kinetics in areas such as medicine, genetics, embryology, epidemiology and pollution analysis, where manipulation of particles suspended in liquid media is required. Micro-fabrication technology has made it possible to increase system complexity and functionality by allowing integration of different processing and analysis stages in a single chip. However, fully integrated and autonomous microfluidic systems supporting ad-hoc stimulation have yet to be developed. This paper presents a flexible, configurable and programmable stimulator for electro-kinetically driven microfluidic devices.
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