Dynamic Modulation for Multiplexation of Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Based Biosensors
The present invention generally relates to a method for rapidly counting micronand/or submicron particles by passing such particles through any of a pluralityof microfluidic channels simultaneously with an ion current and measuring the signal generated thereby. The present invention also generally relates to a device for practicing the method of the present invention. Some embodiments can include methods and/or devices for distinguishing between and counting particles in mixtures. Still other embodiments can include methods and/or devices for identifying and/or counting bioparticles and/or bioactive particles such as pollen.
Hu, Jun and Zhe, Jiang, "Dynamic Modulation for Multiplexation of Microfluidic and Nanofluidic Based Biosensors" (2010). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Research. 991.