Opto-fluidic Detection Platform for Pathogen Detection in Water

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Baltimore, MD USA. Date of Talk: 5/1/2011

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Recht, Michael I.
Marshall Bern
Noble Johnson
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Opto-fluidic Detection Platform for Pathogen Detection in Water

We prototyped a compact micro-fluidic based flow cytometer for pathogen detection in water. The system uses a pin-photodiode for detection and yielded a detection limit of ~200MEPE, sufficient to reliably identify and count specifically-tagged pathogens.

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