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|Title:||Miniaturized detection technology in molecular diagnostics||Authors:||Kricka, L.J.
|Issue Date:||Jul-2005||Citation:||Kricka, L.J., Park, J.Y., Li, S.F.Y., Fortina, P. (2005-07). Miniaturized detection technology in molecular diagnostics. Expert Review of Molecular Diagnostics 5 (4) : 549-559. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1586/14737184.108.40.2069||Abstract:||Miniaturization of genetic tests represents the convergence of molecular biology and engineering and is leading to a new class of small analyzers and test systems for genetic testing with improved analytical characteristics. Miniaturization initially focused on devices that contained micrometer-sized features designed for a particular analytical purpose (e.g., filters for cell isolation and chips for capillary electrophoresis). Now, the focus is shifting to analytical applications based on nano-sized objects such as nanotubes, nanochannels, nanoparticles, nanopores and nanocapacitors. These nanofabricated objects provide new tools for sequencing of nucleic acids and rapid, multiplexed, nucleic acid detection. © 2005 Future Drugs Ltd.||Source Title:||Expert Review of Molecular Diagnostics||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/77621||ISSN:||14737159||DOI:||10.1586/14737220.127.116.119|
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