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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 原子科學院  > 工程與系統科學系 > 會議論文  >  A novel fluidic network system for enzyme batch-immobilization and blood sensing

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    Title: A novel fluidic network system for enzyme batch-immobilization and blood sensing
    Authors: Fan-Gang Tseng;Kuang-Hua Lin;Ching-Chang Chieng
    教師: 曾繁根
    Date: 2002
    Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
    Relation: Sensors, 2002. Proceedings of IEEE, 12-14 June 2002, Pages 689 - 692
    Keywords: polymer-MEMS
    Abstract: This paper reports a novel fluidic network system for immobilizing various enzymes on arrays in parallel for blood sensing. The network was fabricated by polymer-MEMS technology with plasma treatment on channel surface, and the liquids were driven by surface tension passively without external active power source. Enzyme based glucose sensing was employed as a model system in this fluidic network, and the testing result showed precise enzyme immobilization and functional sensor response. The fully fabricated glucose sensor in this fluidic network system demonstrated a sensitivity of 5.42 nA/mM, and a response linearly related to the glucose concentration. This novel fluidic network can be applied to blood sensing for clinical or domestic usage
    URI: http://www.ieee.org/
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