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Articles by Soongwon Cho in JoVE
Mikroakışkan damlacık platformları için Floresan algılama yöntemleri
Xavier Casadevall i Solvas1, Xize Niu1, Katherine Leeper1, Soongwon Cho1, Soo-Ik Chang2, Joshua B. Edel1, Andrew J. deMello3
1Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London, 2Department of Biochemistry, Protein Chip Research Center, Chungbuk National University, 3Department of Chemistry and Applied Biosciences, Institute for Chemical and Bioengineering, ETH Zurich
Damlacık tabanlı mikroakışkan platformları kHz oranları ucuza pikolitrelik, kendi kendine bölümlere damarları oluşturmak mümkün olduğundan yüksek kapasiteli deney için umut vaat eden adaylardır. Hızlı, hassas ve yüksek çözünürlüklü floresans spektroskopik yöntemleri ile entegrasyon sayesinde, bu sistemler içinde üretilen bilgilerin büyük miktarda verimli, ayıklanır, harnessed ve kullanılan olabilir.
Other articles by Soongwon Cho on PubMed
BMB Reports. Nov, 2011 | Pubmed ID: 22118535
Advances in the fields of proteomics and genomics have necessitated the development of high-throughput screening methods (HTS) for the systematic transformation of large amounts of biological chemical data into an organized database of knowledge. Microfluidic systems are ideally suited for high-throughput biochemical experimentation since they offer high analytical throughput, consume minute quantities of expensive biological reagents, exhibit superior sensitivity and functionality compared to traditional micro-array techniques and can be integrated within complex experimental work flows. A range of basic biochemical and molecular biological operations have been transferred to chip-based microfluidic formats over the last decade, including gene sequencing, emulsion PCR, immunoassays, electrophoresis, cell-based assays, expression cloning and macromolecule blotting. In this review, we highlight some of the recent advances in the application of microfluidics to biochemistry and molecular biology.