Micro-fluidic-based optical detection platform for characterizing fluorescing objects with integrated wavelength detection

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Event IEEE LEOS 2008 Summer Topicals
Technical Publications
July 21st 2008
We describe a compact, low-cost analyte detection platform that combines a fluidic channel, large area fluorescence excitation and on chip wavelength detection. The unit is optimized to record native fluorescence spectra from moving analytes.

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Kiesel, P.; Beck, M.; Bassler, M.; Johnson, N. M. Micro-fluidic-based optical detection platform for characterizing fluorescing objects with integrated wavelength detection. Invited talk at IEEE LEOS 2008 Summer Topicals, 2008 July 21-23; Acapulco, Mexico.

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