Dissecting the Big Topics of Very Small Fluidic Devices

Pui Sai Lau is a guest web writer for Analytical Methods. She is currently a PhD student at McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada.

From the development of macro-, then micro- and now nano-fluidic devices, the science of biomolecule and bioparticle separation continues to evolve to meet the requirements of growing analytical applications. As new discoveries unravel innovative technologies, different problems for investigation also begin to emerge. Jie Xuan and Milton L. Lee from Brigham Young University, Utah, USA evaluate the progress of fluidic devices, and discuss some of the possibilities for future development. Find out more by accessing the link below. This paper will be free to read until 6 January 2014.

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Size separation of biomolecules and bioparticles using micro/nanofabricated structures
Jie Xuana and Milton L. Lee
Anal. Methods, 2014, 6, 27-37
DOI: 10.1039/C3AY41364K

Micro/Nanostructures for Molecular Separation

Micro/Nanostructures for Molecular Separation

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