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The single-factor controlling accuracy of the DNA microinjection volume by a gaseous-electrical controller is not satisfying by now. A method based on SFNN to fuse controlling factors' information, including injection pressure, time and pipette's size, etc. is presented in this paper, by which the controlling of DNA microinjection volume is improved. The experimental results show that, compared with the single-factor control, the new method is more effective, and less sensitive to the noise in the input parameters' measurement.
Date of Conference: 5-8 Dec. 2005