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    Title: Protein microarray chip with embedded microchannels
    Authors: Fan-Gang Tseng;Chen, Y.;Ho, C.E.;Su, C.J.;Chen, M.H.;Lin, S.;Huang, H.M.;Chieng, C.C.
    Teacher: 錢景常
    Date: 2004
    Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
    Relation: Solid-State and Integrated Circuits Technology, 2004. Proceedings. 7th International Conference on, 18-21 Oct. 2004, Pages 1773 - 1775
    Keywords: biosensors
    integrated circuit design
    integrated circuit technology
    micromechanical devices
    Abstract: The paper proposes and demonstrates a novel protein microarray chip with an embedded microchannel array for the delivery of protein separately. This chip system is applicable to high throughput disease diagnosis and drug screening. Demonstration in spot formations by the novel design using MEMS technology and characterization of the spot-forming process by numerical simulations are performed to illustrate the feasibility and the advantages of the presented design.
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