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Recent advances in microfluidic chip integrated electronic biosensors for multiplexed detection.

Utilizing biosensors for multiplexed detection can greatly increase analysis throughput and thus, the amount of information obtained in a single assay. The microfluidic chip, a type of micro-total analysis system (µTAS), has provided a necessary platform for portable and high-throughput biosensors. Biosensors and microfluidic chips are powerful individually, and their super combination is very meaningful for analytical especially for biological applications. In this paper, every kind of microfluidic-chip-i...


Portfolio Analysis on Preeclampsia and Pregnancy-associated Hypertension Research Funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

Chronic hypertension and preeclampsia are the most common complications of pregnancy. To clarify the contributions of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) to the field and identify potential research gaps, we performed portfolio analysis of awards related to preeclampsia and pregnancy-associated hypertension. A list of National Institutes of Health-funded awards between fiscal years 2008-present was obtained through an NIH RePORTER search using the following terms: "preeclampsia" and "pregna...

Australian researchers oppose funding from the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World.


Portable Infrared Isothermal PCR platform for multiple STD strand detection.

Rapid and portable PCR detection is essential for screening sexually transmitted infections regularly. We developed an infrared mediated RNA isothermal RT-PCR (IR-MERIT PCR) platform and its compatible multi-chamber microfluidic chip for Simultane-ous Amplification and Testing (SAT) detection. This microfluidic chip integrates RNA extraction, micro-pump, and multi-target detection function onto the same chip. By utilizing IR-LED as heat source, this platform can fulfill isothermal amplification within 70 mi...

Do patents of academic funded researchers enjoy a longer life? A study of patent renewal decisions.

This paper assesses the extent to which patent renewal data is associated with government funding in a university context by focusing on the relationship between the funded patentees and renewal decisions of their patents. The aim of this paper is to show whether receiving funding from government contributes to high-value patents as measured by the patent renewal decisions made by their owners. Our observations of academic nanotechnology patents in Canada discovered a positive relationship between funded re...

Specific capture and release of circulating tumor cells using a multifunctional nanofiber-integrated microfluidic chip.

To develop a multifunctional nanofibrous mat-embedded microfluidic chip system for specific capture and intact release of circulating tumor cells.

Are We Spending Wisely? Impact of POSNA Grants on Scholarly Productivity and Future Funding Success.

The Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA) funds grants to improve pediatric musculoskeletal care and maximize new knowledge through publications, presentations, and further funding. We assessed the productivity of POSNA grants by number and rate of grant-specific publications, citations, and extramural funding; determined whether project type or completion status was associated with extramural funding; and compared the success of POSNA-funded versus all other podium presentations by publica...

A flyover style microfluidic chip for highly purified magnetic cell separation.

White blood cells (WBCs) isolated from peripheral blood have been verified as important biomarkers for the diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of cancer. However, it's still under challenge to acquire high-purity WBCs, even by taking advantage of current microfluidic technology. Considering the universality of clinical magnetic activated cell sorting (MACS) method, new developments on microfluidic chip in combination of magnetic cells separation technologies may provide a fascinating approach for high-purity...

High throughput single cell separation and identification using a self-priming isometric and Equant screw valve-based (SIES) microfluidic chip.

The emergence of various single cell separation and identification platforms has greatly promoted the development of single cell research. Among these platforms, microfluidic chip-based strategies occupy a significant position in single cell separation and identification. Here, we proposed a self-priming isometric and Equant screw valve-based microfluidic chip (SIES chip) for high throughput single cell isolation and identification. With several special designs, such as a peripheral water tank to balance ne...

Inline integration of offset MMF-capillary-MMF structure as a portable and compact fiber-optic surface-enhanced Raman scattering microfluidic chip.

A novel fiber-optic surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) microfluidic chip integrated with an embedded Raman probe is presented and demonstrated. The Raman probe consists of the offset-multimode-fiber (MMF)-capillary-MMF (OMCM) structure and SERS substrate. The probe is embedded in the microfluidic channel to form a compact and portable chip. The chip is employed with a fiber coupler in an all-fiber detection system, which has a good stability compared to the free space focusing by the conventional conf...

A versatile loop-mediated isothermal amplification microchip platform for Streptococcus pneumoniae and Mycoplasma pneumoniae testing at the point of care.

Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) is the leading cause of mortality in children under five years of age, globally. Given that Streptococcus pneumoniae (S. pneumoniae) and Mycoplasma pneumoniae (M. pneumoniae) are the most common pathogens associated with CAP requiring hospital admission, a simple, low cost, highly sensitive method is in great need for immediate and early diagnosis of CAP. Herein, we report a versatile microfluidic chip platform integrated with loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) ...

Profile analysis of C. elegans rheotaxis behavior using a microfluidic device.

The directed motility of organisms in response to fluid velocity, which is called rheotaxis, is important in the life cycle of C. elegans, enabling them to navigate their environment and maintain their positions in the presence of adverse flow. Thus, to study the mechanism underlying rheotaxis behavior and reveal information on parasitic diseases, the profile analysis of the rheotaxis response in worm populations with high resolution in well-defined fluid environments is highly desirable. In this work, we p...

Collaborative population health planning between Australian primary health care organisations and local government: lost opportunity.

To examine the strength and extent of collaborations between primary health care organisations and local government in population health planning.

PDMS-free microfluidic cell culture with integrated gas supply through a porous membrane of anodized aluminum oxide.

Microfluidic cell cultures are often used in academic research but only rarely in pharmaceutical research because of unsuitable designs, inappropriate choice of materials or incompatibility with standard equipment. In particular, microfluidic cell cultures to control the gaseous microenvironment rely on PDMS despite its disadvantages. We present a novel concept for such a cell culture device that addresses these issues and is made out of hard materials instead of PDMS. Our device contains two microfluidic c...

A Magnetic-Based Microfluidic Device for On-Chip Isolation and Detection of Tumor-Derived Exosomes.

Exosomes are membrane-enclosed phospholipid extracellular vesicles which can act as mediators of intercellular communication. Although the original features endow tumor-derived exosomes great potential as biomarkers, efficient isolation and detection methods remains challenging. Here, we presented a two-stage microfluidic platform (ExoPCD-chip) which integrates on-chip isolation and in situ electrochemical analysis of exosomes from serum. To promote exosomes capture efficiency, an improved staggered Y-shape...

An integrated chip-mass spectrometry and epifluorescence approach for online monitoring of bioactive metabolites from incubated Actinobacteria in picoliter droplets.

We present a lab-on-a-chip approach for the analysis of secondary metabolites produced in microfluidic droplets by simultaneous epifluorescence microscopy and electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESI-MS). The approach includes encapsulation and long-term off-chip incubation of microbes in surfactant-stabilized droplets followed by a transfer of droplets into a microfluidic chip for subsequent analysis. Before the reinjected droplets are spaced and electrosprayed from an integrated emitter into a mass ...

A novel microfluidic capture and monitoring method for assessing physiological damage of C. elegans under microgravity.

Spatial microgravity is a significant factor affecting and causing physiological changes of organisms in space environment. On-site assessment of the damage associated to microgravity is very important for future long-term space exploration of mankind. In this paper, a new microfluidic device for analyzing the damage of microgravity on Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) has been developed. This device is mainly composed of a microfluidic chip, a dual imaging module, and an imaging acquisition and processin...

Contest models highlight inherent inefficiencies of scientific funding competitions.

Scientific research funding is allocated largely through a system of soliciting and ranking competitive grant proposals. In these competitions, the proposals themselves are not the deliverables that the funder seeks, but instead are used by the funder to screen for the most promising research ideas. Consequently, some of the funding program's impact on science is squandered because applying researchers must spend time writing proposals instead of doing science. To what extent does the community's aggregate ...

Reconfigurable RGB dye lasers based on the laminar flow control in an optofluidic chip.

The optofluidic dye laser serves as an important on-chip optical source in microfluidic technology for a breadth of applications. One of the ultimate goals of such a light source is an optofluidic white dye laser. However, realizing such a device has been challenging, because it is difficult to achieve simultaneous multi-wavelength lasers that span the most visible spectrum, especially on an integrated system. Here, we demonstrate white lasing in an optofluidic chip that simultaneously lases in red, green, ...

Microfluidic Transfection for High-Throughput Mammalian Protein Expression.

Mammalian synthetic biology and cell biology would greatly benefit from improved methods for highly parallel transfection, culturing, and interrogation of mammalian cells. Transfection is routinely performed on high-throughput microarrays, but this setup requires manual cell culturing and precludes precise control over the cell environment. As an alternative, microfluidic transfection devices streamline cell loading and culturing. Up to 280 transfections can be implemented on the chip at high efficiency. Th...

ASPEN NUTRITION SCIENCE AND PRACTICE CONFERENCE: Phoenix, Arizona, March 23 - 26, 2019: Vars Candidates, Trainee Awards, Best of ASPEN (Topic Awards), International Awards, Abstracts of Distinction, Posters of Distinction and Other Abstracts.

Scalable Microfluidic Platform for Flexible Configuration of and Experiments with Microtissue Multiorgan Models.

Microphysiological systems hold the promise to increase the predictive and translational power of in vitro substance testing owing to their faithful recapitulation of human physiology. However, the implementation of academic developments in industrial settings remains challenging. We present an injection-molded microfluidic microtissue (MT) culture chip that features two channels with 10 MT compartments each and that was designed in compliance with microtiter plate standard formats. Polystyrene as a chip ma...

Comparison of emergency department time performance between a Canadian and an Australian academic tertiary hospital.

To compare performance and factors predicting failure to reach Ontario and Australian government time targets between a Canadian (Sunnybrook Hospital) and an Australian (Austin Health) academic tertiary-level hospitals in 2012, and to assess for change of factors and performance in 2016 between the same hospitals.

Public funding for non-invasive prenatal testing for fetal aneuploidy - It's time.

Publications as predictors of racial and ethnic differences in NIH research awards.

This research expands efforts to understand differences in NIH funding associated with the self-identified race and ethnicity of applicants. We collected data from 2,397 NIH Biographical Sketches submitted between FY 2003 and 2006 as part of new NIH R01 Type 1 applications to obtain detailed information on the applicants' training and scholarly activities, including publications. Using these data, we examined the association between an NIH R01 applicant's race or ethnicity and the probability of receiving a...


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