Development of microfluidic devices for environmental and food quality analysis, The
Whether termed micro-total analysis systems, lab-on-a-chip, or microfluidic devices, the technologies that define the field of microfluidics have shown great promise for overcoming many challenges in environmental, clinical, and biological analyses. The numerous advantages these devices bring to analysis, such as cost, reduced analysis time, minimal sample and reagent requirements, integration of multiple processing steps in a single device, and the possibility for automation and on-site analysis, make them attractive alternatives to conventional instrumentation. The work comprising this ...
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