Detection Strategies for Microfluidic Devices
Wednesday, March 14th, 2012
2:00 PM Room: 207B

Jose Alberto Fracassi da Silva, Chemistry Institute, State University of Campinas and Susan M Lunte, The Ralph N. Adams Institute for Bioanalytical Chemistry

2:00 PMOn-Chip Analysis of Pharmaceuticals Using Capacitively Coupled Contactless Conductivity Detection, Jessica Creamer
2:20 PMSurface Plasmon Resonance Detection in Microfluidic Devices, Christopher Culbertson
2:40 PMIntegrated Microfluidic Systems with On-Chip Fluorescence Labeling, Adam Woolley
3:00 PMMicrofluidic Electrochemical Enzymatic Sensor Arrays for Measuring Extracellular Biomarkers, Meghan Mensack
3:20 PMRecess
3:35 PMMicrochip Electrophoresis with Electrochemical Detection for the Investigation of Reactive Nitrogen Species in Cells, Jose Silva
3:55 PMMicrofab-Less Microchips with Integrated Optical and Conductimetric Detection, Carlos Garcia
4:15 PMMeasuring Single Cell Mass, Volume, and Density, William Grover
4:35 PMIntegration of Microchip Electrophoresis with Electrochemical Detection Using an Epoxy-Based Molding Method to Embed Multiple Electrode Materials, Alicia Johnson

The search for better detection strategies in microfluidic devices is still very active. This is due to the difficulty of fit the pre-established schemes for new matrices and materials employed. Requirements of low limits of detection, selectivity, robustness and precision have driven to the new detection strategies adapted or included in micro analysis systems. The integration of the detection to the microfabrication protocol has also a significant impact, sometimes allowing the disposability and point-of-care application of such devices. In this session, different aspects of the detection strategies are addressed, covering the conventional fluorescence and electrochemical and incorporating new approaches, such as remote monitoring and microsensors