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Solid-state sensor incorporated in microfluidic chip and magnetic-bead enzyme immobilization approach for creatinine and glucose detection in serum

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6 Author(s)
Yen-Heng Lin ; Department of Electronic Engineering, Chang Gung University, Taoyuan 333, Taiwan ; Chiang, Chien-Hung ; Min-Hsien Wu ; Tung-Ming Pan
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Solid-state sensors are stable and inexpensive electric transducers for biomedical measurement. This study proposes a microfluidic chip incorporated with a solid-state sensor for measuring glucose and creatinine in blood serum. Magnetic beads are employed to immobilize enzymes and deliver them in a micro-channel. Glucose and creatinine can be measured at 2–8 mM and 10-2 to 10 mM, respectively, which is a meaningful range in human blood. The immobilization approach also addresses the issue of the long-term preservation of enzymes in microfluidic devices. The proposed device is suitable for multi-target measurement in a point-of-care system.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:99 ,  Issue: 25 )

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Dec 2011

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